Prince Harry inherited more than just the Royal title from his father, Prince Charles. Grandson of Elizabeth II found that literally “obsessed” with one thing – he likes to turn the lights off in the house.
This habit Prince Harry inherited from his father as a long-time environmentalist, reports People.
“He is an ardent supporter having to constantly turn off the lighted light house,” says Harry about his father Prince Charles in a new documentary, “Prince, son and heir: Charles in his 70 years”, which was broadcast on BBC One on Thursday on British TV. “And that’s what I also win,” added the Duke of Sussex.
Harry admitted that his wife, Meghan Markle, noticed that he has a habit of living at Kensington Palace: “That is abnormal, because Megan always says, “Well, why turn off the lights? It’s dark in here” and I always answer: “enough for Us, and one of the bulbs rather than six inclusive”. For me it became a habit, and so can everyone. And I think that is one of the key lessons taught to us by our William father.”
Earlier, Prince Harry started to go bald.