Ed Sheeran, Prince Harry Team Up on a Message

Prince Harry Ed Sheeran will collaborate with the royal for a new campaign

Ed and Harry made a video to educate people about the importance of mental health and posted the video on their Instagram handles. What do you think of Ed Sheeran's and Prince Harry's video?

The Duke of Sussex delivered a special voice note from Meghan Markle to a schoolgirl recovering from a brain tumour yesterday, as she revealed she's been pen pals with the Duchess for two years.

The duo also go on to crack a joke about both of them being gingers. In a cute new clip for World Mental Health Day, the 35-year-old Duke of Sussex invites the 28-year-old "Perfect" singer into his home.

As Ed rushes to insist he's onboard and knew that all along, the camera shows him quickly deleting the words: "Gingers Unite" in huge letters on his screen.

Harry replies "Not at all" and the pair then head inside together.

Prince Harry is showing off his amusing side by teaming up with another famous ginger, Ed Sheeran- and it's all for a good cause. There's no need to suffer in silence - share how you're feeling, ask how someone is doing and listen for the answer. "Well, you know, with the jokes and the snide comments".

Realising they weren't on the same page, Harry clarifies why he called their meeting.


"Hi, mate. It's like looking in the mirror."

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Ed Sheeran have united for a significant open help declaration, yet in addition to advising you that they are the best red-headed doppelgängers. "There may have been a miscommunication - this is about World Mental Health Day?".

This is not the first time a royal and a celebrity have joined forces to raise awareness about mental health.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be making a trip across the pond sometime soon.

"Look out for anybody that might be suffering in silence", he said. Their lawyers just settle it because it's easier and for some reason he believed that Prince Harry "wants to make a big public statement out of it".

"The idea is it's really a step beyond the traditional royal visit; an opportunity to have some roots and time in a place, so that [they] can focus more in-depth and interact in the community as [U.K.] Ambassadors", the source added. He's met with a bewildered expression from the prince.

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