Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up on World Mental Health Day

Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran team up on World Mental Health Day

"Do you mind if I bring the camera in?" the singer asks, and Harry beckons: "Yeah, of course, come on in".

"Me as well", Harry replies.

The duke then greets him at the door to an unspecified house (suspected to be Princess Eugenie's home, due to a photo of the royal on her wedding day being visible in the hallway), telling the pop star: "It's like looking in a mirror".

The video ends with Harry, sitting next to Sheeran on a sofa. He thinks that the 35-year-old Duke wishes to discuss their redheads with him, while Prince Harry wished to discuss mental health awareness. The outlet also asserts that Canada is just one of the Commonwealth countries where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning on spending extended periods of time, as other potential locales include Africa, Australia and the Caribbean.

Sheeran is arguably the world's most popular singer, after his record breaking tour which sold more than 1 million tickets in Australia previous year.

The collaboration comes over a month after the "Shape of You" singer announced he would be taking an 18-month touring break. It seems that the negative press has only made the duo stronger than ever.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly thinking of relocating their budding family from Frogmore Cottage in Windsor to the Great White North.

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The Instagram post featuring the video tagged a variety of mental health-focused organizations, including Heads Together - an organization in which Prince William and Kate Middleton are also heavily involved - the Mental Health Foundation, YoungMinds U.K. and many more.

He also campaigned for women's rights in Nyanga, the murder capital of Cape Town.

Prince Harry joins a Reluctant Readers Session with Barney the therapy dog during his visit to Nottingham Academy. Meghan Markle is understood to guard her privateness fiercely, so it's a breath of contemporary air to see Prince Harry give the world a glance inside his lodging.

The bit continued for a few more seconds before both Sheeran and Prince Harry implored viewers of the video to check on their friends and even strangers in honor of World Mental Health Day.

"Having some basic knowledge, and having the confidence to act on your knowledge, can make a huge difference to those around us".

Prince Harry clears up the "misunderstanding" by telling Sheeran they are actually there to talk about World Mental Health Day.

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