Prince Harry believes his voluntary work is "God's test" to him.
The 32-year-old royal - who is the patron of Sentebale, which is a charity supporting children with HIV, and volunteers to safeguard Malawi's elephants - believes it is imperative he helps to look after endangered elephants in Africa and ensures wilderness doesn't become extinct, and has claimed it is a spiritual path set out for him to follow.
Speaking about the project, he said: "This is God's test: if we can't save some animals in a wilderness area, what else can't we do."
And the flame-haired hunk is desperate to help as much as possible so future generations can see the same creatures he has been able to see.
He explained: "We need to look after them because otherwise our children will not have a chance to see what we have seen."
And the star - who is the grandson of the British monarch Queen Elizabeth - believes Africa is the only place "in the world" where he feels normal.
He told Town and Country magazine: "I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world.
"I have this intense sense of complete normality."
Meanwhile, Harry - who has been dating 'Suits' actress for eight months since the pair embarked on their relationship in May last year - has been given the seal of approval from the 35-year-old actresses family.
Speaking previously about the couple's relationship, Meghan's brother Thomas Markle Junior said: "They're extremely happy together, they look great together and she's done good.
"She's very much in love and she's obviously happy because if she wasn't happy, she wouldn't be there.
"I think it is wonderful. As long as he takes care of and loves Meg, he doesn't have to do anything else - although I would like to shake his hand and meet him."
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