Prince Harry just gave a sneak peek into Princess Eugenie’s Kensington Palace cottage

And it’s lovely.

And it’s lovely.

Prince Harry released a video on social media this morning, collaborating with singer Ed Sheeran to create a funny viral film in honour of World Mental Health Day.

The video sees Ed arriving at a Kensington Palace cottage to be greeted by Harry before the two sit down to discuss writing a song to raise awareness.

It becomes clear however that while Prince Harry is talking about World Mental Health Day, Ed thinks they are starting a movement for red-haired people, naming his project ‘Gingers Unite’.

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‘People just don’t understand what it’s like for people like us - the jokes, the snide comments,’ Ed tells Harry in the hilarious video. ‘I just feel like it’s time we stood up and said “We are not going to take this anymore - we are ginger and we’re going to fight.”’

‘Ok’, Harry replied awkwardly . ‘This might be a miscommunication but this is about world mental health day.’

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The most noise however has been about the location, with eagle-eyed viewers working out that it wasn’t filmed in Prince Harry and Meghan’s home as previously thought, but instead Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s Kensington Palace home, Ivy Cottage.

How did the royal fans work it out? The distinctive white front door with a big glass window. Not to mention, there’s a big black and white photograph of princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding - a pretty telling sign.

Plush candles and orange cushions - we’re liking Eugenie and Jack’s interiors!

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

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