Prince William has warned that many of Britain's green spaces are under threat and could be lost to developers. In a , the prince urges people to preserve fields and parkland as part of a campaign to create or preserve 2,012 open spaces by 2012.
The cartoon by Andy Davey from The Sun shows Prince William as a 'knight in shining armour' trying to stop a developer with a mechanical digger and a planning permit from tearing up the fields. The prince's tunic features the , also found on the . His shield bears the message 'Save Our Green Spaces'.
Looks like Prince William is a chip off the old block, i.e., takes after his father, Prince Charles.