Prince Harry and Jane Goodall Share Sweet Moment Reenacting Chimp Greeting | Inside Edition

Prince Harry and Jane Goodall Share Sweet Moment Reenacting Chimp Greeting

Prince Harry and Jane Goodall
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Jane Goodall also revealed that she had visited Harry at his home, Frogmore Cottage, last month and had a nice snuggle with baby Archie.

Wildlife activist Prince Harry shared a sweet moment with the ultimate conservationist, Dr. Jane Goodall.

In a visit to Windsor Castle for a global leadership meeting on Tuesday, Harry warmly welcomed Goodall. An event was being held in St. George's House when Goodall asked Harry if he remembered something special she had taught him. And, of course, the nature enthusiast did.

Reenacting a chimp greeting, Goodall approached Harry as a nervous female primate. Encouraging her to come closer, Harry patted her on the head as the male. They laughed and shared a warm hug.

As Goodall walked up to the front of the room, Harry also took her hands and they shared a little dance.

A couple of captured moments between The Duke of Sussex and Dr. Jane Goodall at today’s event. The pair share an impromptu dance and ‘Chimpanzee Greeting’ which Jane taught The Duke when they first met. Today’s event was full of education, inspiration and fun. Because working hard and playing hard are not mutually exclusive... ? For more information on today’s special event on Roots & Shoots, please see previous post.

During the appearance, Goodall revealed that she had visited Harry at his home, Frogmore Cottage, last month and had a nice snuggle with baby Archie, The Sun reporter Emily Andres tweeted. Meghan Markle also stopped by to greet Goodall and tell her that she has been her "idol" since she was young, the scientist said.

Harry has a long history of advocating for the protection of wildlife. And in 2016, he and Meghan visited Botswana together as their relationship was heating up. They returned in 2017 and shared photos of the conservation-focused trip on Instagram.

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