HRH Duke of Cambridge & Chantelle Lindsay with a moth at Woodberry Wetlands, London during filming 2019

PRINCE WILLIAM: A PLANET FOR US ALL

HRH Duke of Cambridge & Chantelle Lindsay with a moth at Woodberry Wetlands, London during filming 2019

Photo by: Adam Vallance

Adam Vallance

Everything You Need To Know About Prince William: A Planet For Us All

In a heartwarming documentary coming to discovery+, The Duke of Cambridge embarks on a royal mission to save the planet. PRINCE WILLIAM: A PLANET FOR US ALL premieres January 14 on discovery+.

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With a firm belief in a better future for our youth, The Duke of Cambridge sets out on a mission to advocate for the natural world and highlight the pioneering work of many local and global heroes. Featuring exclusive footage spanning over two years, Prince William: A Planet for Us All takes us on a journey around the world, highlighting various environmental conservation efforts in communities across Africa, Asia, and the United Kingdom.

Growing up, The Duke of Cambridge always had a deep connection with the natural world, a passion he now shares with his children. Inspired by fatherhood, he has gained a different outlook on life, one that drives his will to continue The Royal Family’s advocacy and support towards the protection of the Earth.

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From grassroots initiatives to established organizations, the documentary highlights the efforts of conservation heroes, big and small, who are actively working to protect our planet. Whether it’s a group of children from an elementary school in Liverpool or an African conservation organization, each featured story serves as a reminder that no effort is too small when it comes to the conservation of our only home.

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Prince William: A Planet for Us All premieres January 14 on discovery+. In addition to streaming Prince William: A Planet for Us All on discovery+, viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #APlanetForUsAll and follow Discovery on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for the latest updates.

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