Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry tease new collaboration

Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry tease new collaboration

After teasing their fans about a possible collaboration, Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran came together to share an important message on World Mental Health Day.

"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 says in a serious tone.

The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker then deletes a potential title on his laptop, reading: "Gingers unite".

Despite its amusing start, the video ends on a serious note as the Duke of Sussex asks viewers to try and look out for those who "may suffer in silence".

"While details would naturally be formalized over time, with Harry and Meghan's role as President and Vice President, respectively, of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, any relocation for an extended period of time would be an opportunity for them to work in their already established humanitarian roles", a source told ET in April, adding that any extended overseas posting wouldn't happen before 2020.

Today, on World Mental Health Day, The Duke of Sussex returned to St Ann's, Nottingham, to reunite with members of two community youth initiatives he's been supporting for many years - EPIC Partners mentoring at Nottingham Academy and Community Recording Studio (CRS).

"Well, you know, with the jokes and the snide comments".

At the end, Harry, sitting next to Sheeran on a sofa, says: "Guys, this World Mental Health Day, reach out, make sure that your friends, strangers - look out for anybody that might be suffering in silence". On Thursday, the Britain's Got Talent presenters shared an important message from a charity that the Prince is now working with to raise awareness of mental health.

Prince Harry has always been a campaigner to end the stigma surrounding mental health.

He was introduced to a reluctant readers' group at the Academy and was greeted by a therapy dog called Barney. The visit ended at the Community Recording Studio (CRS) in St Ann's, a youth organisation that teaches video and music skills, allowing a creative outlet for self expression. "We're all in this together", says Harry. They shifted their focus to mental health this week, with World Mental Health Day falling on 10 October.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be making a trip across the pond sometime soon. The beaming parents and smiling happy baby gave royal watchers the fix they'd been looking for, but now that the Sussexes are back to their regular routine, many wonder when we'll get another peek at the baby.

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