Bashiera Parker (@bparks_)
CAPE TOWN – Prince Harry and Ed Ferran have teamed up for a lightweight video calling for everyone to watch out for each other on this World Mental Health Day.
Ed rings door to door on what looks like Princess Eugenia's house. According to People, in the background, a picture hangs on the wall on the fireplace from what looks like a bridal princess robe.
Another detail you might miss in the beginning? The door to the door sounds nothing but God save the queen.
"Hi, buddy, how are you doing?" Ed asks when Harry will open the door.
"It's like looking in the mirror," the Sussex duke responds before welcoming him inside.
The "Doppelgangers" sat down to discuss why Prince Harry invited Ed.
"Thank you very much for coming. I really appreciate it," said Harry.
“Thank you for having me. This is something that I am very passionate about, "responds Ed.
"This, to me, is a subject and conversation that just isn't talked about enough. I think people around the world are suffering," says Harry.
At Beautiful people the singer reveals that she is so passionate about the cause that she even tried to write a song about it, which Harry, of course, is happy to hear.
"People just don't understand how people look like us," says Ed, and confused Harry says, "Wait, what?"
Prince Harry, of course, talked about the importance of starting a mental health discussion, but he realized that Ed wasn't when he said, "With the sniper jokes and comments, I feel like it's time we stopped and said, you know, it won't take this more. We are ginger and we will fight. "
Before the camera drops to the screenshot of Ed's laptop, Harry quickly makes things clear.
"A little uncomfortable … this is World Mental Health Day."
"Yes, yes, of course, of course," says Ed, wiping the title screen of his laptop: "GINGER'S DEPARTMENT."
Watch the full clip HERE:
While Ed and Harry chose to make the video easier, His Royal Highness urged everyone to watch out for friends and family who may be suffering in silence.
"We're all in this together," he says.