A new survey has found that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the least eco-friendly members of the British royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took the bottom two spots in the survey by SaveOnEnergy — a company whose mission is to “hook you up with a reliable energy plan at an affordable all-in rate, with full-transparency about what you’re buying” — which evaluated the 10 most senior royals for five key environmental measures. Their contribution to the environment is not impressive thanks to their worst carbon footprint. The Sussexes’ South Africa trip equaled the same carbon footprint as an average British person releases in a year, the survey revealed as reported by The Sun.
The site calculated the scores of the members of the royal family based on their travel footprint, their support for environmental charities, their participation at environmental events, how eco-friendly their fashion are, how many of their social media posts are eco-conscious, and whether they choose electric cars or not.
Under the points system, the couple got just nine points each for positive measures from March 2019 until Megxit this year – a fraction of the 156 points Prince Charles was awarded. However, not everything was bad for Harry and Meghan as the former actress was given the first place for having the most eco-friendly wardrobe. The 39-year-old wears brands like Stella McCartney, Rothy, Veja and Millie. The SaveOnEnergy’s website stated: “Despite having been awarded points for owning an electric car and