Meghan Markle's dad is addressing his decision to release a private letter penned by the Duchess of Sussex, which sparked a recent lawsuit filed by Prince Harry against several United Kingdom tabloids. "We think there's nothing to be done, nothing we can do about it". "But now, there's a new way to help turn things around".
The Royals will be narrating the three-minute clip that is being launched by Public Health England as part of its Every Mind Matters program. Middleton and William to continue to oversee the Royal Foundation, which they started with Harry in 2011. The PSA was written by Four Weddings and a Funeral creator Richard Curtis.
"We can all benefit from taking simple steps to look after our mental health", William says at the end of the PSA, which also includes a cameo from actresses Glenn Close and Gillian Anderson.
"Nobody in the Royal Family or the Royal Household is supporting Harry and Meghan at the moment".
And, of course, the trio chew over the timing and impact of Meghan's newspaper legal action and Harry's statement condemning the tabloids which took everybody by surprise towards the end of the tour.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's South Africa tour was deemed successful.
The ad, which will air tonight at 8:45pm on ITV, Channel 4, Five and Sky, features Meghan, Harry, William and Kate speaking about the ways Every Mind Matters can help improve people's mental health.
The royal project is the first joint venture between the fab four since the quad split from their joint charity.
"This month, in celebrating "community", we asked you to share your favourite organisation from your neighborhood or around the world", according to the new post. "For me personally, my brother, you know, bless him, he was a huge support to me".
The Royal Family's "Fab Four" have joined forces in a television-first, lending their voices to a United Kingdom mental health campaign.