Prince Harry made his appearance via a video link today from Los Angeles to impart the opening speech at a virtual global summit dedicated to his sustainable tourism project Travalyst. Being bold However, it is the first time that the 35-year-old royal has appeared publicly after the couple\u2019s explosive biography, Finding Freedom hit the headlines in publications including The Times and The Sunday Times. While Harry went live on Wednesday night to give a good start to the initial session, the conference commenced on Thursday at 7 am BST. A second session for the audience residing in EAMA and the Americas is scheduled to take place later today. Prince Harry & Meghan Markle\u2019s Biography is Expected to \u2018Destroy Any Hope Of Royal Return\u2019 Steering through the crisis As Harry came to deliver the opening address, he was heard saying, 'Many of you joining us today rely on visitors for your livelihoods. Businesses are hurting significantly, and I've heard from some of you who are currently struggling to put food on your family's tables and make ends meet because there are no tourists and therefore no income. We need to build back - but we need to build back better. And that means there's a responsibility, a responsibility we cannot avoid or dismiss, for us to reshape this industry in a way that benefits everyone and everything for decades to come.' Lady Colin Campbell Gives a shocking Comment on Meghan Markle Long term commitment He went on further stating, 'Before the pandemic unfolded we witnessed more and more young people expressing an interest in authentic travel experiences and an ability to partake in trips that are greener, that allow them to support local communities, uphold the heritage and protect destinations and cultures. This is the future of travel, and a future that Travalyst is here to support and catalyse.' Meghan & Harry \u2018have a very strong relationship\u2019 Says Lady Colin Campbell Harry launched Travalyst last year in the autumn with several other renowned brands such as Booking.com, Skyscanner, Tripadvisor, Trip.com, and Visa. In present times, it functions as an autonomous non-profit foundation based out of the UK. Stay updated with all the latest celebrity news, follow\u00a0Wat-Not\u00a0on\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Instagram\u00a0and\u00a0Pinterest.