How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son Archie Harrison will 'follow in his father's footsteps'

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son, Archie Harrison, will continue a royal legacy passed down from his father Prince Charles.

Harry revealed his environmental concerns and suggested ways of preventing an "extinction crisis" in a letter, recently.

And, according to a royal commentator, his one-year-old son is sure to be just as passionate and outspoken about the "extinction crisis" as his father and grandfather Charles - who is also vocal about climate change.

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Speaking on ABC's HeirPod, royal expert Omid Scobie said: "I think Harry, he's quite unafraid to speak up on these matters.

"Whether his words will ruffle feathers or some may disagree with what he says.

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"I think he follows in his father's footsteps in that way of just being unafraid to be outspoken on the matter because the bigger picture is so much more important.

"Speaking of Prince Charles we saw him give the opening remarks to the virtual meeting of UN Commonwealth ambassadors and he spoke in-depth about his great reset initiative which is a global call to reinvent our world post coronavirus pandemic."

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Commentator Maggie Rulli added: "When you partner these things up, it's like father, like son. They both have the same passion.

"I love that you can see how Charles has this passion he's been working on for decades, he'll give it to Harry.

"Harry mentions his son when he talks about the environment. There's actually this great family legacy in protecting the environment that you see in the Royal Family."

It comes after news that Harry and Meghan's celebrity pals are trying to help them find a school for Archie in Los Angeles.

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A source told The Mirror, "Meghan wants to send Archie to a diverse and socially integrated pre-school. She has been in touch with schools and started to make plans.

"For her the big thing is that she doesn’t want Archie to attend a posh private school and wants it to be as diverse as possible."

Hayley is a Celebrity Features Editor with more than five years' experience in online and magazines. She currently looks after all things celebrity for Woman, Woman’s Own, Woman’s Weekly, Woman & Home, and Before joining Future, Hayley spent a year as a TV reporter for Mirror Online and a year and a half as a showbiz and TV reporter for OK! Online - but was forced to write about tech and cars for a year before that, despite knowing nothing about either!.