Prince Harry might just have to put this hobby on the shelf
What was once an enjoyable past time for Harry looks like it might now be on the way out.
Prince Harry and his family have always been known to be avid hunters. This has led to controversy in the past, and has got both Harry and his brother William some less than favorable press coverage before.
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In 2004, Prince Harry was pictured next to the carcass of a water buffalo he had shot dead on a safari in South America. This was met with protests, and certainy didn't help the Prince in terms of his public image.
To make matters worse, following the launch of Prince William's campaign to end illegal wild animal hunting, reports emerged that detailed how the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge had travelled to Spain in 2014 to go on a hunting trip. As well as this, the Royal Family's Boxing Day hunting trip is a well known tradition. Harry allegedly hasn't been taking part in tthe trip since meeting Meghan.
No more hunting for Harry
According to world famous conservationist Jane Goodall, Meghan Markle is none too plussed with Harry's passion for hunting, and plans on putting an end to the practice.
Goodall, best known for her work with chimpanzees, is a close friend of the Sussex's, and has spent time with the couple in Frogmore Cottage, their former residence.
In a recent interview, Goodall suggested that Harry's hunting habits were somewhat at odds with Meghan Markle's stance as an animal lover and animal rights activist, and hinted that Harry will have to stop.
Goodall also seemed to indicate that Harry was having a difficult time adjusting to his new life in Los Angeles, claiming that he was finding the move 'a bit challenging'.
Time will tell whether or not Harry keeps up his tradition.
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