The Duke of Sussex has got another new job – at a US think tank that deals with misinformation and disinformation in the media.
The announcement came shortly after his other new boss welcomed his “incredible attitude”.
Harry said he would join the Aspen Institute’s new information disruption commission – and expressed concern about an “avalanche of misinformation.”
In a statement, he said, “As I said earlier, today’s digital experience has inundated us with an avalanche of misinformation that affects our ability as individuals and as a society to think clearly and to truly understand the world we live in to understand.
“I believe this is a humanitarian problem – and as such it requires a multi-stakeholder response from stakeholders, media representatives, academic researchers, and government and civil society leaders.”
“I am excited to join this new Aspen Commission and look forward to working on a solution-oriented approach to the information disruption crisis.”
Harry, along with 14 other commissioners and three co-chairs, will conduct a six-month study on the state of the media in the United States.
In the meantime it has been found that he has been working at his other new job for “a few months”.
Alexi Robichaux, executive director of US professional coaching and mental health company BetterUp, said he was “impressed” by Harry’s “incredible attitude” following his appointment as chief impact officer.
The Duke is focused on “changing the mental health dialogue,” and his royal title is not used in the workplace, he added.
Mr Robichaux told BBC News: “He has been in the role for a few months and we are very excited to share the news with the world.
“It focuses on a few areas … helping change the mental health dialogue to focus on strength building and mental fitness.
“The most impressive thing was that he was only focused on how he can be of use, how he can advance his vision and mission, and how we can together make a positive impact on the world.
“He has an incredible attitude and is full of energy and enthusiasm.”
Mr Robichaux said the Duke “likes to be called Harry in the workplace, so we just address him as Harry”.
He refused to comment on how much the Duke is being paid for his role, and also declined to say how many hours he would work.
Mr Robichaux told Sky News, “We were just so impressed and I really think the insights and contributions he can creatively make to BetterUp to ensure we accomplish our mission have such natural chemistry and synergy .
“Bigger than commercial success, this is about global impact.
“As we were shaping the role together, these four possibilities, we came up with the title of ‘Chief Impact Officer,’ which really means he is focused on our mission and focused on making sure we are doing everything we can to achieve ours Mission on ever larger and larger scale to affect the lives of more people. “
Harry said in a statement that he was very excited to join the company and that his goal was to “have critical dialogues about mental health, build supportive and compassionate communities, and create an environment for honest and vulnerable conversation”.
The Duke said he will focus on promoting advocacy and awareness of mental fitness, leading the company’s social mission, influencing its platform’s vision, community and member experience, and expanding its global community.
BetterUp was founded in 2013 and offers mobile professional coaching, advice and mentoring.
The company’s website has more than 2,000 coaches offering support in 49 languages in 66 countries. This includes “interactive content on professional development, analysis and real-time information to track employee progress”.