Prince Harry might have lied when he said that he and Meghan Markle are having two kids maximum due to climate change.

In an interview with conservationist Jane Goodall, Prince Harry revealed that he only wanted two kids maximum. The prince linked his choice of having less kids with the population and environmental issues.

But just recently, Nine News Australia host Amber Sherlock asked Emily O’Keefe to comment on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to have fewer kids.

“Advocates for population control and climate change have praised the Prince saying one less child particularly in a rich developed economy is the most effective environmental action you can take. Emily, do you think climate change is really on people’s minds when they are deciding how many kids to have?” Sherlock asked.

“Well some people don’t have a choice on how many kids they have and I’m sure that is not on their mind,” the royal expert responded.

O’Keefe admitted that having two children is a good idea for the socially conscious royals. However, she wasn’t convinced with Prince Harry’s reasoning that it was for the environment.

“Meghan Markle is 37 and we know women’s fertility really goes down after the age of 35. So he could only say that they are having two kids because that might be the reality for them,” O’Keefe added.

Many criticized Prince Harry for his recent environmental statement. Some even felt sorry for the Queen for the disgrace he brought to the royal family.

“Is this the same Harry who uses helicopters to go from London to Birmingham & whose wife uses celebrity mates’ private jets to cross the Atlantic?” Piers Morgan wrote with laughing emojis on Twitter.

John Vidal, a former Guardian environment editor, also shared his thoughts about the duke’s statement. He urged the royal to stop taking private jets to make a difference to planet Earth. He added that the royal family should also stop their luxury safaris in Botswana, wedding in Montego Bay and impromptu winter getaways.

Months ago, Prince Harry was called a “hypocrite” after giving a speech about climate change just two days after he used a chopper to travel to Birmingham from London. For the critics, Prince Harry failed to commit to his advocacy because helicopters have at least five times higher emmissions than other means of transportation.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Son Archie
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are pictured presenting their newborn son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, during a photocall in St. George’s Hall at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019 in Windsor, England. Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool/Getty Images