The Duke of Sussex has given royal fans a glimpse into Princess Eugenie and Jack brooksbank's home Ivy Cottage, in a new clip featuring Ed Sheeran which has been posted on the royal couple's official Instagram account.
In the short video, the singer presses the doorbell of Harry and Meghan's Windsor home as the UK's national anthem of 'God Save the Queen' plays out, before Prince Harry answers door.
"Hey mate, how are you doing?" the duke casually greets Sheeran, before shaking his hand.
"Do you mind if I bring the camera in?" the musician asks, and Harry agrees, ushering him into his house.
The clip is captioned with: "Coming soon..."
The hashtag #WMHD in the post signals that Harry and Sheeran have teamed up to mark World Mental Health Day, which takes place tomorrow (October 10).
Harry, Meghan, Kate and William reunited to make a short film for their new mental health campaign for charity Every Mind Matters, which featured Glenn Close, Gillian Anderson and Bake Off's Nadiya Hussain.
The advert was screened on Sky, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and MTV on Monday evening, and a surge of traffic to the Every Mind Matters website from people wanting to watch it crashed the site.
The film advocates Every Mind Matters, an initiative by Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS, to help people look after their mental health and support others.
The advert was written by Richard Curtis and directed by Rankin. It was recently reported that Kate and William were collaborating with Curtis for a mental health project.
Kate and William launched mental health campaign Heads Together with Prince Harry in 2016, which aims to dismantle the stigma surrounding mental health issues by encouraging open conversations about psychological illness.
Royal fans are no doubt hoping that we will see more of the home of Meghan, Harry and baby Archie, tomorrow.
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