Leonardo DiCaprio Hangs with Prince Charles Just Two Weeks After Teaming Up with Prince Harry

Just a few short weeks after Prince Harry teamed up with Leonardo DiCaprio to help save the environment, his father, Prince Charles, hung out with the A-lister at a sustainable fashion event in the U.K.

On Wednesday, the 72-year-old royal visited Stella McCartney’s special exhibition, called the Future of Fashion, which showcased the English designer’s “next-generation” materials, including vegan football boots, regenerative cotton and forest-friendly viscose. The event took place at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Scotland on day three of the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

During the event, the Prince of Wales got a tour of the mobile exhibit and learned how the pieces were made. At one point, he even spent time with DiCaprio. It’s no surprise that the Wolf of Wall Street star was in attendance, considering he is a vocal environmental advocate. (Although they don’t see each other often, the duo was originally introduced in 1997 at the London premiere of Titanic.)

Back in October, Prince Harry and DiCaprio joined the fight for the suspension of oil and gas drilling in the Okavango River Basin. According to a press release from Re:wild, the Duke of Sussex and DiCaprio are just a couple of the big names to team up with local Indigenous and civil society leaders and conservationists in Namibia and Botswana against Canadian oil and gas company ReconAfrica.

While Prince Harry spoke out about the issue in an op-ed piece for The Washington Post, the Oscar winner spread awareness in an Instagram video asking fans to add their name to the open letter calling for an end to the drilling.

All we need now is a joint venture between Leo and Prince William.

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