Prince Harry Wears 'Girl Dad' T-Shirt for Lilibet in Eco-Tourism Video

Prince Harry wore a "girl dad" T-shirt for his daughter Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor ahead of her first birthday in June.

The Duke of Sussex was seen in a grey T-shirt sporting the phrase as he recorded a video to promote his eco initiative, Travalyst, which is launching a campaign in New Zealand to get tourists to think more carefully about their behavior while on holiday.

Harry has spoken frequently about his love of being a father since his first child, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, was born in May 2019.

However, the T-shirt shows he understands that fathering a girl brings its own specific identity as a parent after Lilibet's birth on June 4, 2020.

Harry, Meghan and their children will be in Britain for Lili's first birthday in June, which coincides with Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee weekend.

The light-hearted skit shows the prince out jogging when he is ambushed by a New Zealand man who wants to rate his October 2018 visit to the country, which his first royal tour with Meghan Markle outside the British Isles.

The prince says he had an incredible time in New Zealand before being given a joke rundown of his conduct during the trip, including the fact he didn't leave the tap running while brushing his teeth.

Harry replies: "Hang on a second. How do you know that? That's really weird."

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In a statement, the duke said: "We created the non-profit Travalyst to rethink how travel can continue to expand our global understanding, to break down barriers, and to create cultural connections through experiences we otherwise wouldn't have.

"We do this while, at the same time, ensuring local communities truly feel benefit from tourism and safeguarding essential ecosystems.

"In a world where we're tasked with rating so many things, we're now asking: what if your destination rated you? Starting in beautiful Aotearoa New Zealand, we're launching our first campaign."

Travalyst dates back to Harry's time in the royal family and was launched in September 2019, months before he quit the palace for a new life in America in March 2020.

The non-profit, which works with companies including Google and Skyscanner, aims to encourage ethical and sustainable tourism in order to protect the planet and communities.

Quoted by U.K. newspaper The Times, Harry added: "I've been to Aotearoa a number of times throughout my life, and I've always felt a deep connection and respect towards the Maori people, who make me feel so welcome every time.

"Most recently when I visited with my wife, we were touched by the connections we built and the incredible memories we have from our time there.

"We were particularly honoured to meet with young people, who are dedicated to the Maori culture and to giving back to their communities and their country. They are rightly determined to make this world a better place for the next generation."

Harry and Meghan in New Zealand
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua, in New Zealand, on October 31, 2018. Harry has launched a campaign in New Zealand through his eco-tourism initiative Travalyst. Karwai Tang/WireImage