Published: Thu, October 10, 2019

Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran Revealed Their Secret Project

Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran Revealed Their Secret Project

Prince Harry, his wife Meghan and his brother Prince William and his wife Kate have all narrated a mental health advert watched by millions of television viewers earlier this week.

Sheeran was excited to talk shop about a cause he's "quite passionate" about, but it turns out he and Prince Harry weren't quite on the same page.

Sheeran covers for the misunderstanding, sharing that he "definitely knew that", as we see him delete the title of a presentation on his laptop called "Gingers Unite" which includes an item for how they can "change the perception of people with Moroccan sunset hair".

"Both Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran want to ensure that not just today but every day, you look after yourself, your friends and those around you", the post's caption reads.

"People just don't understand what it's like for people like us", Ed says, and a confused Harry says, "Wait, what?"

"Be willing to ask for help when you need it and know that we are all in this together".

"Hey mate, nice to see you", Harry responds.

In arguably a meeting of the two-most famous red-haired people in the country, the royal also tells the singer: "It's like looking in the mirror".

"But I think they need to be separated, the mental health element touches on so much of what we're exposed to, these experiences that these kids and every single one of us have been through", he continued.

It finishes with a black screen with the words: "Tomorrow 10th October".

Mental health has become a cornerstone of Prince Harry's philanthropic work and he spearheaded the Heads Together campaign alongside Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge in 2017.

Harry met some of the young people who are developing a new "hip hopera" that highlights mental health issues.

According to TIME, Momolu Stewart, who was tried as an adult for murder at the age of 16, and spent more than 20 years in prison because of it, was released from the DC Central Detention Facility on Monday. "We're all in this together", says Harry.

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