Prince Harry is using an ultra-exclusive VIP service to get to airports in a Chevrolet, according to a report.
Duke of Sussex, who is a passionate advocate for environmental causes, was whisked away in the private car during his trip from London to Los Angeles last month. He was reportedly making use of The Private Suite, which is described as “the most VIP way through the airport”.
Members sign up for £3,250 a year and fork up another £2,500 per trip – but can exit the plane on their own private stairs before other passengers.
And they are reportedly then picked up in a private SUV and taken to a private terminal where they can collect their luggage and move through passport control all in isolation, the Mail on Sunday says.
The Private Suite’s website describes the company as a “private airport experience”, writing: “PS reimagines the airport experience for the seasoned and discerning traveller.”
But Harry, 36, has spoken out against the dangers of climate change in the past.
The royal warned the issue must be tackled “at the source” earlier this year.
He told the ‘The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward’ podcast that the world needed a “reckoning moment” after the pandemic, stressing that he believed climate change was one of the most two pressing issues in the world alongside mental health.
And the royal told a group of youngers to “wake up” and act “on the damaging impact our ways of living are having on the world” at a speech at Wembley Stadium in 2019.
Harry’s also said he and Meghan Markle will have no more than two kids in a bid to help save the planet.
The couple sparked accusations of hypocrisy though when they were seen boarding a £20,000 private jet to stay in Elton John’s French villa in 2019.
And a source told Mail on Sunday Harry has been spending with the “LA rich set” while in California, including the “owners of big companies, jet-set types with private planes.”
The source added: “He spends time in Malibu, Montecito and Beverly Hills.
“Harry seems really relaxed being the star in the room. He’s usually the only famous person at the parties he goes to, and it seems to suit him that he’s the one everyone flocks to.”