Prince Harry just hung out with one of his wife’s idols, Dr. Jane Goodall, and Meghan Markle was nowhere to be found.
Today, the 34-year-old royal attended a global leadership meeting at St. George’s House at Windsor Castle. The event was in honor of Goodall’s Roots & Shoots organization, which encourages young people to learn more about environmental, conservation and humanitarian issues.
While there, Prince Harry visited with the famed primatologist. (This isn’t the first time he met Goodall—in fact, she stopped by Frogmore Cottage last month and met Markle and baby Archie.)
The royal even gave a speech to a group of students, who are dedicated to raising awareness in their communities. “The good news is that young people like you don’t need to be convinced that we must urgently intervene [to help the planet]; you are actively doing this every single day, and your dedication to affecting change is outstanding,” Prince Harry said.
Dr. Jane Goodall is an English primatologist and anthropologist, who is considered the world’s leading expert on wild chimpanzees. She founded the Roots & Shoots organization in 1991.
One question still remains: Where art thou, Meghan Markle?