Prince Harry was recently accused of being illogical after he uttered an insensitive comment about the planet and its population. During a recent interview with Jane Goodall, the Duke of Sussex also said that he and his wife are only planning on having a maximum of two kids.

After hearing his comment, several critics slammed Prince Harry and called him insensitive. But in the latest blow, The Times journalist Libby Purves called the comment tactless and illogical.

“[Harry’s] latest pious vow to stick at two children felt not only tactless — given his brother’s third baby and his own household’s conspicuous carbon footprint — but illogical,” she said. “In Europe, both Americas and the UK, the population is already below ‘replacement levels’. The only hope of a workforce of creators and carers to support our increasing longevity is fertile Africa and parts of India,” she added.

Prince Harry was also accused of taking a jibe at Prince William and Kate Middleton with his recent comment. After all, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge already have three children, and there are also some rumors suggesting that they may have another baby next year.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip also have four children together, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. And during a recent interview, Nine News Australia host Amber Sherlock talked about Prince Harry’s decision to only have two kids due to problems with the population and the environment.

“Advocates for population control and climate change have praised the Prince saying one less child particularly in a rich developed economy is the most effective environmental action you can take,” she said. She also asked whether people do actually think about climate change whenever they decide on the number of kids they want to have.

Meanwhile, “Good Morning Britain” host Piers Morgan also criticized Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for talking about the environment so much when they have also been contributing to the problem. “Is this the same Harry who uses helicopters to go from London to Birmingham and whose wife uses celebrity mates’ private jets to fly to cross the Atlantic?” he tweeted.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive at the residence of King Mohammed VI of Morocco ahead of an audience with him in Rabat on February 25, 2019, in Rabat, Morocco. Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images