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Prince William says fatherhood gave him "new meaning".


Prince William says fatherhood gave him "a new meaning" and reinforced his desire to protect the planet when he first looked at his ITV conservation documentary, which airs next month

  • Prince William will reveal that fatherhood has given him "new meaning".
  • He will look for ways to restore the environment for the next generation
  • The new ITV documentary Prince William: One Planet for All of Us will air next month

Prince William will reveal that fatherhood gave him "new meaning" and helped him protect the natural world in his new conservation documentary airing next month.

The Duke of Cambridge will share his passion for the planet and, in his new ITV documentary Prince William: A Planet For All of Us, will seek ways to restore the environment for the next generation.

The arrival of the new documentary, filmed two years ago by a production team, comes as Prince William prepares to join a star-studded cast to give a virtual TED talk on climate change in October.

Prince William will reveal in his new ITV documentary Prince William: A Planet for All of Us that fatherhood has given him a new meaning

In the documentary airing next month on ITV, the Duke of Cambridge will share his passion for the environment

In the documentary airing next month on ITV, the Duke of Cambridge will share his passion for the environment

In his documentary, the prince will say: "I have always loved nature and fatherhood has given me a new meaning."

The king, who shares children George, seven, Charlotte, five, and two-year-old Louis with wife Kate Middleton, will also describe how becoming a father helped change his view of the world.

He continued, “Now I have George, Charlotte, and now Louis in my life – your attitude is changing. They want to pass on to the next generation, wildlife in much better shape.

Two years ago a film team accompanied me on my search for ways to protect the natural world.

“I have always believed that it is possible to give hope and faith to young people that things can be fixed. I believe that if we all work together, we can make a difference. & # 39;

During the show, the prince meets people in the UK and abroad who, according to Kensington Palace, are doing their part to protect and restore the environment.

The documentary also describes his path from passion for conservation to a desire to play greater global leadership on the environment, the palace added.

Naturalist Sir David Attenborough, also on the program, said: "Children know a lot about what happens to the world."

Prince William will find ways to restore the environment for the next generation on his new show

Prince William will find ways to restore the environment for the next generation on his new show

The documentary shows the Prince's meeting with people in Great Britain and abroad who are doing their part to protect the environment

The documentary shows the Prince's meeting with people in Great Britain and abroad who are doing their part to protect the environment

The Prince also meets naturalist Sir David Attenborough on the show, which will air next month on ITV

The Prince also meets naturalist Sir David Attenborough on the show, which will air next month on ITV

The arrival of the new documentary comes as Prince William prepares to join a star-studded cast to give a virtual TED talk on climate change.

The King will join a group of avid environmentalists and celebrities at TED's Countdown Global Launch on October 10th to discuss how the world can fight global warming and ensure a better, healthier future for the planet.

The Duke will be joined by passionate activists at the online conference, including Al Gore and Hollywood stars Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo and Jaden Smith.

Earlier this year, Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize Initiative, stating that the earth was at a "turning point" and that people only had ten years to save the world.

The Duke will attend the fourth and final session of the conference and will perform alongside climate change activists, engineers and pop stars.

The session, entitled "Breakthroughs", is described online as "Exploring the relationship between protection, regeneration and transformation using meaningful examples".

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