Prince Harry is not parting ways with Travalyst, the enviromentalist tourism company he set up in 2019, after a statement from Chief Executive Officer Sally Davey confirmed he was still an “invaluable part” of the initiative.
Rumours began that the royal was leaving Travalyst when a press release from May failed to mention him or his work in the business, while also announcing a new “phase of growth”.
The press release explained: “Today we formally mark the end of Travalyst’s pilot phase with the appointment of a new Board to govern and guide us on our journey ahead to delivering major positive and system-changing impact.
“The Board is composed of individuals with world-class expertise in impact, systems change, not-for-profit governance, advocacy, and campaigning for a just and sustainable world.”
However Ms Davey then clarified on Monday: “Prince Harry is the founder of Travalyst and remains an invaluable part of this organization. His role has not changed in any way, and he is regularly involved in strategic discussions and decisions alongside our partners and Board.”