The Duke of Sussex plays a leading role in a sustainable travel campaign sketch in which he walks through the woods before being accused of dropping a lolly wrapper on a trip to New Zealand four years ago.
Arie, who is dressed in a gray T-shirt with GIRL DAD, jogging bottoms and a hat and is wearing wireless earbuds, is ambushed by a “ratings agent” who claims that the Duke has robbed the Duchess. During his official tour together, he had given up crap. of Sussex in 2018.
The video, featuring Kiwi actors Rhys Darby, Dave Fein and Rayna Owen, begins a new initiative in New Zealand for Harry’s Travelist organization, which evaluates vacations rather than holidays by how sustainable they are.
Harry is first given three out of five stars, and then three and a half – in the form of a stamp on his arm – for using only a towel and buying local honey.
He is also praised for not leaving the tap on while brushing his teeth.
“I never do.. Wait a second. How do you know that?… It’s really weird,” quipped Harry.
After Duke insisted the rapper was not his, comedian Darby said: “It may have been a confusing time, it was wind.”
Harry replies: “I don’t think it was going to be confusing. It was an incredible time. We had an amazing time in New Zealand. It’s beautiful.”
Fenn, who plays another rating agent, arrives, claiming that he is there to assess the Duke, saying: “I’m going to give a rating to Harry. You have Harry Styles and I have Stylish.” It’s Harry.”
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Duke delivers several phrases in Te Re Māori as he chats with Star Wars actress Owen, who pulls into a van to investigate disorganized agents during a skit filmed in California.
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As part of the pilot initiative, New Zealanders now have access to a rating tool on the Travelist website that encourages travelers to consider sustainable options when planning their next trip.
Harry began his campaign with Moana on Māori television’s current affairs program Te Aao, saying in a video message: “For our first campaign, we are encouraging people to flip the script.
“We’re always being asked for our feedback on our trips and experiences, but what if our vacation rates us?”
He also said of his love for New Zealand: “I have been to Aotearoa many times throughout my life and I have always felt a deep connection and respect for the Māori people who make me so welcoming every time.
“When I moved in with my wife recently, we were struck by the connections we made and the incredible memories we had of our time together.”
Harry continued: “Māori culture inherently understands sustainable practices and takes better care of our life-giving land, which are important lessons we can all learn and that is why I am here with you te ( with) am in Moana to share a new kaupapa (initiative).