Prince William has appeared in a new documentary about his conservation efforts. Titled Prince William: A Planet For Us All, the heartwarming documentary shows him embarking on a royal mission to save the planet.
The Prince has spent the last two years with a film crew. And the collaboration resulted in an intimate look at his life, and his desire to champion the natural world for future generations.
“I’ve always loved nature, but fatherhood has given me a new sense of purpose,” William said in a voiceover.
Adding on camera, “Now I’ve got George, Charlotte, and now Louis in my life. Your outlook does change. You want to hand over to the next generation the wildlife in a much better condition.”
In a new ET’s exclusive clip of the documentary, a group of children asked Prince William which one of his children is “cheekier”.
“Is Princess Charlotte cheekier than Prince George?” a little girl asks the royal while he’s visiting a Liverpool school.
“No, they’re about as cheekier as each other,” William responds with a smile.
Prince William can be also seen chatting with the schoolchildren about the importance of insects. As they toured the insect palace, William asked them: “Can you tell me what you’ve been up to?” “Why are bees so important?”
“They bring life to our Earth,” a little girl replies. “And help other animals like caterpillars.”
Prince William: A Planet for Us All details William’s journey “from growing up with a deep connection with the outdoors, something he now shares with his own children, to realizing a lifelong passion for African conservation. The documentary highlights the importance of energizing and championing young people around the world as they become the next voice for our planet and our greatest hope for righting the ship of which we’ve ignored for too long.”