Prince Harry pours his heart out in February issue of 'Town & Country'

Prince Harry looks as handsome as ever gracing the cover of "Town & Country" -- and while his passion for wildlife conservation is widely known, he gives an even clearer glimpse into his charitable efforts in the February issue of the magazine.

Executive Travel Editor Klara Glowczewska spent six days in Africa with the famous royal, documenting his work with African Parks for their 500 Elephants relocation project.

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The 32 year old poured his heart out to the publication, saying:

"This is where I feel more like myself than anywhere else in the world. I wish I could spend more time in Africa. I have this intense sense of complete relaxation and normality here. To not get recognized, to lose myself in the bush with what I would call the most down-to-earth people on the planet ... "

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It comes as no surprise that the prince craves anonymity.

As a member of an extremely famous royal family, he's always had an intense spotlight on him -- and that spotlight has arguably become even brighter lately, with all eyes on him and his new girlfriend, American actress Meghan Markle.

Prince Harry understandably seems to want to direct focus elsewhere, though, offering up a serious reality check regarding the importance of protecting the wilderness and conservation parks:

"This is God's test: If we can't save some animals in a wilderness area, what else can't we do?"

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