New Prince Harry ad casts doubt on shock Meghan Markle claim.

Despite alarming revelations in a new book, Prince Harry reiterated that he and Meghan Markle had a “wonderful” time during their imperial visit to New Zealand.

On Monday, a hilarious sketch starring the Duke of Sussex was broadcast on a New Zealand television station to support his ecotourism initiative, which urges individuals to travel in a sustainable manner.

The five-minute commercial, which debuted on YouTube as well, is part of Travalyst, an effort established by the 37-year-old in 2019.

Prince Harry stars in new travel skit in New Zealand

WATCH: Prince Harry has starred in a skit promoting a campaign for his eco-travel non-profit 'Travalyst'. In the video, he was rated on his trip to New Zealand in 2018. #9Today

Posted by TODAY on Monday, May 9, 2022

In the video, Harry can be seen sprinting across a park before being pursued by “rating agents,” who are played by Kiwi actors Rhys Darby, Dave Fane, and Rena Owen.

During the spoof, Harry is blamed for dropping a lollipop wrapper when visiting New Zealand in 2018, earning him a three-out-of-five environmental rental rating. Darby said, it may have been a strange moment, it was windy to the father of two, who was wearing a cap and a grey shirt that stated “Girl Dad.”

Harry remarked that he didn’t think it was befuddling. It was a fantastic experience. They had a fantastic time in New Zealand. It’s lovely.

Darby later stated that he planned to rate another Brit named Harry — Harry Styles.

Tina Brown said in her book that the Duchess of Sussex “despised” the royal tour during Harry’s 2018 visit to the South Pacific with his wife.

The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor — the Truth and the Turmoil, written by the former Vanity Fair editor, was published lately. It delves into “the scandals, love relationships, power struggles, and betrayals” that have rocked the British royals over the previous two decades, with new disclosures based on Brown’s access to palace insiders.

The top rated creator recently composed a history on Harry’s mom named The Diana Chronicles, which was distributed in 2007. For her most recent book, Brown said she addressed in excess of 120 sources who were near senior individuals from the imperial family.

The best-selling novelist previously released The Diana Chronicles, a biography of Harry’s mother, in 2007. Brown stated that she talked with more than 120 sources close to senior individuals of the royal family for her current book.

Brown said that the previous Suits star “obviously detested every second” of her 2018 tour, which won the duo worldwide acclaim.

According to a previous royal employee, Meghan “found the timetable of engagements ‘senseless.'” 

A source said of the former American actress that she didn’t understand why things were set up the way they were. Instead of being pleased when hundreds of people turned up at the Sydney Opera House during the Australian leg of the tour  it was more like, ‘What’s the point?’ she didn’t understand.

Brown defined “this” as “being the symbolic function of the British monarchy and its conventional agenda, rather than the attention on concerns she intended to highlight.

Harry’s eco-rating effort, which will debut in New Zealand, will permit resorts and guests to assess one another based on how visitors influence “the company, the community, and the earth” during their visits.

Harry said in a news statement they founded the non-profit Travalyst to reimagine how travel might continue to broaden their worldwide awareness, break down boundaries, and foster cultural ties via experiences they would not have had otherwise. They accomplish this while also guaranteeing that local populations actually benefit from tourism and protecting critical environments.

He said, in a world where they are entrusted with evaluating so many things, they are asking: ”what if one’s destination evaluated them?” They are starting their first campaign in lovely Aotearoa, New Zealand. There is a notable Māori axiom: Ehara taku toa I te toa takitahi, ēngari he toa takitini (Success is not the labor of one, but of many) And they encourage one to be a part of the many.

When Travalyst was debuted, the tabloids chastised Harry for flying on private aircraft.

He subsequently explained regarding his use of private aircraft that he spends 99 percent of his time flying commercial. Once in a while, there needs to be an opportunity based on a particular condition to secure the safety of his family, it’s as easy as that.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex resigned from royal responsibilities in 2020, citing the British media’s interruptions and discriminatory perspectives toward Meghan. With their two children, the family currently lives in the seaside community of Montecito, California.

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