The Mail on Sunday carried a big story yesterday singing the praises of Prince Harry, who is reportedly currently working with rangers at South Africa's Kruger National Park as part of a massive anti-poaching operation.
Harry and his father Prince Charles are both long time supporters of efforts to protect endangered animals - but Harry doesn't necessarily practice what he preaches.
Anyone remember that time when ya boy Harry shot a water buffalo in Argentina? No?
Harry has landed in hot water over his love of trophy hunting before. After a 2014 trip to Spain with his brother William, on which the princes shot wild boar and stags, Queen guitarist Brian May publicly criticised their actions, saying:
It’s the whole attitude of the privileged classes – you can rescue rhinos and elephants in Africa but kill at will anything you want if you’re rich.
- Brian May