Prince William goes in conversation with David Attenborough. Kensington Palace has announced that the British prince, the biologist and producer will be interviewing on stage at the World Economic Forum in the Swiss Davos.
At the congress, the main political, business, and other leaders of the society involved in the drafting of the global, regional and industrial agendas.
The duke of Cambridge will Attenborough, known for his award-winning natuurdocumentaires, to the tooth to feel about his work in the last few decades and the importance of nature conservation.
The day takes William part in a panel discussion about mental health and he will use the opportunity to his belief that the most important employers in the world and play a major role in promoting a mentally healthy society and workplace stress.
It is not the first time that the prince and Attenborough come together; the most recent meeting was at the Tusk Conservation Awards in 2016.
Earlier this year, Attenborough also met with queen Elizabeth for the special one-off ITV documentary The Queen’s Green Planet. The documentary followed the progress of the Commonwealth Canopy-project of the queen.