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Brian May slams Princes Harry and William for hunting holiday


Brian May slams Princes Harry and William for hunting holiday

Rocker Brian May has wrongly attacked Princes William and Harry following reports of both going on hunting trips just weeks before pledging to save Africa’s critically endangered wildlife.

The 66-year-old former Queen guitarist has spoken out against the two young royals, comparing their hunting to 19th century supporters of slavery and saying their slaughter of animals is ‘inhumane’ and that it ‘sickened’ him.

The Princes returned earlier this month from  a hunting holiday on the estate of William's godfather, the Duke of Westminster in Cordoba, Spain where they shot wild boar and stags.

Harry has also faced criticism over a recently emerged photo of him brandishing a gun and smiling over the body of a water buffalo. 

Both Princes are outspoken supporters of international efforts to stop illegal poaching, attended the conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade on Thursday with their father Prince Charles to discuss ways to save endangered wildlife.

Speaking to Natalie Edwards, the rocker-turned-activist said: ‘it made me feel sick. This is right at the heart of the problem we are looking at in this government. Brian May also added

"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."

It is worth noting that though William and Harry hunt, there is no suggestion that they have ever shot an animal illegally or any endangered species. 

The musician, who received a CBE from the Palace, made the controversial comments just days after Prince William also reportedly promised to destroy all the ivory from the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace.

The Duke of Cambridge, 31, is said to want to act in the hope that it will ‘send a message’ to illegal elephant poachers and encourage other heads of state to follow suit.

The priceless collection includes around 1,200 items which contain ivory – from fans and miniatures to a throne from India presented to Queen Victoria with elephant-ivory plaques.

Jane Goodall, a veteran primatologist, said she had spoken to the Prince and he declared he would ‘like to see all the ivory owned by Buckingham Palace destroyed’.

We must remember that Hunting is not poaching !

 

 


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