PUBLISHED: 07:57, Sat, Oct 17, 2020 | UPDATED: 08:09, Sat, Oct 17, 2020
Prince Harry, 36, spoke about his education with Meghan Markle and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in a video chat focused on the female-male education gap. The Duchess of Sussex wants to use her voice to promote female education, according to ITV's royal correspondent Chris Ship. But Harry noted how Eton College was amazing and admitted he had a very privileged education.
Speaking on ITV's Royal Rota, Mr Ship said: "We know how much female education means to Meghan but also to Harry as well.
"When we were in Morocco with them, we went to the Atlas mountain to see Camfed, the campaign for female education in the school that they run there."
Producer Lizzie Robinson added: "We know that this is one of the issues that Meghan really wants to use her voice to promote and to do as much work on as possible.
"Interestingly during that chat Prince Harry spoke a little bit about his own education.
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Prince Harry has admitted he regrets not being grateful for his privileged schooling (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry noted how Eton College was amazing and admitted he had a very privileged education (Image: GETTY)
"He obviously had an incredibly privileged education.
"He went Eton and he said during that podcast that he now sees his schooling as amazing but he certainly probably wasn't grateful for it at the time."
Mr Ship noted: "Had he gone to a local comprehensive he might have acknowledged how good Eton was."
Ms Robinson continued: "He's looking back now and noticing how lucky he was."
During the podcast, Harry had said: "We do take it for granted and it is a privilege but every single