As part of his role in Britain’s new mental health campaign Every Mind Matters, Prince Harry recently invited a guest to his home: British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran.
In the teaser clip posted to the sussexroyal Instagram account, Sheeran walks up to the door of Frogmore Cottage and taps the doorbell. The opening chords of “God Save the Queen” play, and Ed is immediately greeted by a delighted Prince Harry. The screen goes to black, and the words “Tomorrow: October 10” pop up.
The two are obviously building intrigue … and we’ll all have to wait a bit longer to find out what for.
In the clip, Harry greets Ed at the door after his doorbell hilariously plays “God Save the Queen.”
The Duchess of Cambridge is also taking an active role in the campaign, and she spent part of yesterday attending a World Mental Health Day at Harrow College.
The Duke of Cambridge joined his wife at the event, where the pair greeted volunteers and their families.
Harry has a long history of supporting mental health campaigns and causes. In April, he met with families at the YMCA in South Ealing as part of his efforts.
The Duke of Sussex also gave an impassioned speech at the Veteran’s Mental Health Conference at King’s College London in March 2018.
Not everyone supports Every Mind Matters, however — backlash against the PSA has been growing.
As Cosmopolitan noted, writer Eleanor Segall Mandelstam was one of the first to describe her own experiences with navigating the National Health Service.
Singer Ed Sheeran is also no stranger to conversations about mental health. He has been open about his struggles with body image throughout this career.
In an interview with The Hits Radio, Ed said, “I was never really happy with my image and then I realised it was because I was eating fried food and drinking beer every day. You don’t have to kill yourself by getting into shape. Just eat right and don’t drink every day.”
We certainly aren’t the only ones who can’t wait to see exactly what these two are up to (and maybe a few more glimpses of Frogmore Cottage while we’re at it).