PRINCE William yesterday said the Royals recycle as much as they can but worry about what happens to their waste.
He aired his concerns during a visit to Kuwait as he joined volunteer litter pickers on a beach near a nature reserve.
Prince Williamrevealed the Royals recycle as much as they can as he took part in a litter pick on a beach in Kuwait
The Duke of Cambridge lent a hand to volunteer litter pickers in Kuwait
William told the young environmentalists: We recycle as much as we can at home but I worry about the chain, what happens to it?
The duke walked the shore of the Persian Gulf mudflats as he followed a trail of plastic bottles, discarded packaging and carrier bags washed up at the reserve.
He joined the volunteers as they picked up plastic bottles, discarded packaging and bags.
He said: “It must be quite demoralising for you to be out there all day and then come back and find it all full up again.”
The Prince added: “It’s amazing that you guys are doing what you do, but we need to do more to stop [the pollution] in the first place.”
William toured the reserve by golf buggy and went bird-watching.
As he looked through binoculars he joked with journalists, saying: Ah, a lesser spotted media pack. Well known in these parts.