FOTO: U OSAM DANA SPISKALI SKORO POLA MILIJUNA KUNA NA PRIVATNI AVION "Bitno da propovijedaju o katastrofalnim posljedicama klimatskih promjena!"

FOTO: U OSAM DANA SPISKALI SKORO POLA MILIJUNA KUNA NA PRIVATNI AVION

Princ Harry i Meghan Markle u ponedjeljak su doputovali u Francusku. Snimljeni su kako se s tromjesečnim sinom Archiejem Harrisonom iskrcavaju iz privatnog zrakoplova u Nici.

Kraljevski par tek nedavno vratio se sa španjolskog otoka Ibize, gdje je Meghan, vojvotkinja od Sussexa, proslavila 38. rođendan.

*PREMIUM EXCLUSIVE NO WEB UNTIL 2230 BST 18TH AUG* Meghan Markle cradles baby son Archie in both arms as she leaves the luxury private jet she and Prince Harry have come under fire for using while claiming to be eco warriors. The Duchess of Sussex, wearing a crisp white shirt and a stylish Panama hat, carefully clutched three-month-old Archie close to her chest as she exited the jet to join the Duke on the tarmac below. Amid tonight security, Harry, wearing a green polo shirt and blue cap, and Meghan climbed into a luxury limousine, with Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, to be whisked away from Nice Airport to continue their summer holidays. Harry, Meghan and Archie are believed to have stayed in a private villa, overlooking the Mediterranean, close to Saint-Jean-Cap- Ferrat, located at the heart of the French Riviera, between Nice and Monaco. It is the third time in three weeks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have used a private jet. Harry, 34, arrived in the south of France after a week-long trip to the Spanish island of Ibiza, so American actress Meghan could celebrate her 38th birthday in style. They stayed for six nights in a luxurious private villa. They flew in on a Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign, bigger than the the nine-seater Cessna XL they took for their trip to the south of France, although both are believed to be operated by NetJets, a plane-sharing service for tycoons and the mega-rich. While it is not known who paid for the �20k round-trip to Ibiza, Harrys millionaire pal Nacho Figueras is known to be a big user of NetJets dubbed the Uber for billionaires. The Spanish holiday came just days after Prince Harry attended Camp Google in Sicily, where he gave a speech about climate change to a group of celebrities, believed to include Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell, Stella McCartney and Harry Styles. There he gave an impassioned speech about the environment and humanitarianism to a group of celebrities, many of whom stayed on luxury yachts after reportedly jetting in on 114 private planes. The decision to use a private jet is likely to raise eyebrows as the journey would have emitted six times more carbon dioxide than a scheduled commercial flight to the Spanish island. By taking a private jet, the royal couple were able to fly in and out of Ibiza without being noticed. The cost of a private jet for such European jaunts is likely to have cost up to �40,000 return.
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Strani mediji pišu kako su Harry i Meghan najam aviona, treći put u svega osam dana (riječ je o Cessni s 12 sjedala), platili najmanje 20.000 funti (oko 160.000 kuna), što je naljutilo britansku javnost, pa čak i neke političare.

- Iznenađena sam ovakvim njihovim potezom, pogotovo jer se toliko bore za očuvanje okoliša - komentirala je laburistica Teresa Pearce.

Reagirao je i Ken Wharfe, nekadašnji voditelj odjela zaštite pokojne princeze Diane.

- Bit ću iskren - licemjerni su! Harry propovijeda o katastrofalnim posljedicama klimatskih promjena, a stalno leti privatnim avionima - izjavio je Wharfe.

*PREMIUM EXCLUSIVE NO WEB UNTIL 2230 BST 18TH AUG* Meghan Markle cradles baby son Archie in both arms as she leaves the luxury private jet she and Prince Harry have come under fire for using while claiming to be eco warriors. The Duchess of Sussex, wearing a crisp white shirt and a stylish Panama hat, carefully clutched three-month-old Archie close to her chest as she exited the jet to join the Duke on the tarmac below. Amid tonight security, Harry, wearing a green polo shirt and blue cap, and Meghan climbed into a luxury limousine, with Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, to be whisked away from Nice Airport to continue their summer holidays. Harry, Meghan and Archie are believed to have stayed in a private villa, overlooking the Mediterranean, close to Saint-Jean-Cap- Ferrat, located at the heart of the French Riviera, between Nice and Monaco. It is the third time in three weeks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have used a private jet. Harry, 34, arrived in the south of France after a week-long trip to the Spanish island of Ibiza, so American actress Meghan could celebrate her 38th birthday in style. They stayed for six nights in a luxurious private villa. They flew in on a Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign, bigger than the the nine-seater Cessna XL they took for their trip to the south of France, although both are believed to be operated by NetJets, a plane-sharing service for tycoons and the mega-rich. While it is not known who paid for the �20k round-trip to Ibiza, Harrys millionaire pal Nacho Figueras is known to be a big user of NetJets dubbed the Uber for billionaires. The Spanish holiday came just days after Prince Harry attended Camp Google in Sicily, where he gave a speech about climate change to a group of celebrities, believed to include Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell, Stella McCartney and Harry Styles. There he gave an impassioned speech about the environment and humanitarianism to a group of celebrities, many of whom stayed on luxury yachts after reportedly jetting in on 114 private planes. The decision to use a private jet is likely to raise eyebrows as the journey would have emitted six times more carbon dioxide than a scheduled commercial flight to the Spanish island. By taking a private jet, the royal couple were able to fly in and out of Ibiza without being noticed. The cost of a private jet for such European jaunts is likely to have cost up to �40,000 return.
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Ipak, ima i onih koji su stali na stranu kraljevskoga para.

- S obzirom da su iznimno popularni i da ne mogu izbjeći ni paparazze ni obožavatelje, logično je da putuju privatnim zrakoplovom, pogotovo sad kad imaju bebu - složili su se mnogi.

*PREMIUM EXCLUSIVE NO WEB UNTIL 2230 BST 18TH AUG* Meghan Markle cradles baby son Archie in both arms as she leaves the luxury private jet she and Prince Harry have come under fire for using while claiming to be eco warriors. The Duchess of Sussex, wearing a crisp white shirt and a stylish Panama hat, carefully clutched three-month-old Archie close to her chest as she exited the jet to join the Duke on the tarmac below. Amid tonight security, Harry, wearing a green polo shirt and blue cap, and Meghan climbed into a luxury limousine, with Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, to be whisked away from Nice Airport to continue their summer holidays. Harry, Meghan and Archie are believed to have stayed in a private villa, overlooking the Mediterranean, close to Saint-Jean-Cap- Ferrat, located at the heart of the French Riviera, between Nice and Monaco. It is the third time in three weeks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have used a private jet. Harry, 34, arrived in the south of France after a week-long trip to the Spanish island of Ibiza, so American actress Meghan could celebrate her 38th birthday in style. They stayed for six nights in a luxurious private villa. They flew in on a Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign, bigger than the the nine-seater Cessna XL they took for their trip to the south of France, although both are believed to be operated by NetJets, a plane-sharing service for tycoons and the mega-rich. While it is not known who paid for the �20k round-trip to Ibiza, Harrys millionaire pal Nacho Figueras is known to be a big user of NetJets dubbed the Uber for billionaires. The Spanish holiday came just days after Prince Harry attended Camp Google in Sicily, where he gave a speech about climate change to a group of celebrities, believed to include Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell, Stella McCartney and Harry Styles. There he gave an impassioned speech about the environment and humanitarianism to a group of celebrities, many of whom stayed on luxury yachts after reportedly jetting in on 114 private planes. The decision to use a private jet is likely to raise eyebrows as the journey would have emitted six times more carbon dioxide than a scheduled commercial flight to the Spanish island. By taking a private jet, the royal couple were able to fly in and out of Ibiza without being noticed. The cost of a private jet for such European jaunts is likely to have cost up to �40,000 return.
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