Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take second private plane in two days as they 'jet off to the Sou
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have flown on a second private jet in two days despite previously campaigning to protect the environment.
The Royals used the £15million plane 'on a trip to Nice in the South of France' just 48 hours after they used one for a secret six-day trip to Ibiza.
Harry and Meghan took a 12-seat Cessna Citation Sovereign to the French Riviera and arrived on August 14, in a trip that would have created seven times more emissions per person than a commercial flight.
The eco-campaigning royal couple were criticised for their choice of private jet due to their regular comments about the need to protect the environment
Their choice of private jet - which would have cost more than £20,000 to hire - has attracted criticism given their regular comments about the need to protect the environment.
The 38-year-old Duchess was spotted holding Archie and wearing a white hat with a black ribbon and white blouse, while Prince Harry opted for a navy baseball cap, sunglasses and a green polo.
The couple were seen getting off the plane - owned by NetJets Aviation - in Nice and greeted by their security detail and airport staff.
Their flight was estimated to have had a carbon footprint of three tonnes, when the average for the country is just 13 tonnes a year.
The trip marked the second holiday for Harry, 34, and Meghan this month, after they used the same aircraft company - dubbed 'Uber for billionaires' - on a visit to Ibiza.
They flew to Ibiza on August 6 where they stayed in a luxury private villa before returning to the UK on Monday.
The flight had a carbon footprint of more than four tonnes.
Flight logs uncovered by MailOnline revealed how the Duke, Duchess and Archie secretly travelled to and from the Spanish island for their getaway.
The incident heaped more criticism on Harry after he used a private plane to get to Sicily for a Google climate meeting, despite preaching about global warming.
In their latest trip, the Royals drove from their home in Windsor to Farnborough Airport in Hampshire before catching the flight.
Harry and Meghan took a 12-seat Cessna Citation Sovereign (similar pictured in this file photo) to the French Riviera and arrived on August 14, in a trip that would have created seven times more emissions per person than a commercial flight and cost more than £20,000 to hire
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My view: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don't practice what they preach to people, their hypocrisy is on another level, do as we say and not as we do. The couple are trying to salvage what is left of their marriage that is why they're travelling to exotic places to try and save their failing marriage, it's obvious they are both living a facade.