WATCH: Prince Harry & Ed Sheeran star in humorous video for an important cause

Well that’s one way to get the world’s attention!

Our favourite redheads Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran have teamed up to create a special video to promote World Mental Health Day.

The short clip, which also gives fans a sneak peek into Princess Eugenie’s royal cottage, was shared to the Duke of Sussex Instagram Page overnight.


It features the much-loved ginger-haired duo sitting down to have a serious conversation, however it soon becomes clear that they might not be on the same page…

“This for me is a subject and conversation which is just not talked about enough, I think people all over the world are really suffering” Harry tells Sheeran.

The famous songwriter responds by telling Harry that he’s started writing a song for gingers.

“People just don’t understand what it’s like for people like us. You know with the jokes and the snide comments and I just feel like it’s time we stood up and said we’re not going to take this anymore. We are ginger and we’re going to fight,” Sheeran says.

“OK, slightly awkward. It might have been a miscommunication, but this is about World Mental Health Day,” Harry replies.

The video then finishes with the pair urging everyone to reach out to those who may be suffering in silence.

“Guys this World Mental Health Day, reach out, make sure your friends, strangers look out for anyone who might be suffering in silence; we’re all in this together,” Prince Harry says.



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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. There’s no need to suffer in silence – share how you’re feeling, ask how someone is doing and listen for the answer. Be willing to ask for help when you need it and know that we are all in this together. #WMHD Check out the accounts below for more resources and support: @Heads_Together @Calmzone @MentalHealthFoundation @CharityNoPanic @SamaritansCharity @YoungMindsUK @GiveUsAShoutInsta @Childline_official @LetsTalkAboutMentalHealth @Jedfoundation @Pandas_UK @Charitysane @MindCharity @TimeToChangeCampaign @RethinkMentalIllness @MentalHealthMates @ActionHappiness @MHFAEngland @DitchTheLabel @TheBlurtFoundation

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