"I just sent her a letter because she made a speech and that was the one that really inspired me - her United Nations women's speech".
"They're still changing the world", she said.
Then Prince William concludes the ad by saying: "We can all benefit from taking simple steps to look after our mental health". "THANK YOU for sharing this message today on #WorldMentalHealthDay". "He said he would love it because he hasn't been able to sleep because of Archie for the past few days".
Genc shared the details of their meeting, noting: "It was unbelievable". He contacted me about doing a charity video with him, which is gonna be good.
Hundreds of students cheered Harry as he arrived at the school.
All hail Barney the therapy dog.
The 35-year-old duke of Sussex and 28-year-old recording artist encouraged people to reach out and take care of each other in a amusing video posted to the Sussex Royal official Instagram account Thursday.
Harry met with EPIC Partners, an organisation that mentors youths at Nottingham Academy and Community Recording Studio (CRS).
In the clip, Sheeran rings the doorbell which plays God Save the Queen. "I think people all over the world are really suffering", replies Harry.
Prince Harry, of course, was talking about the importance of opening the discussion on mental health, but realised Ed wasn't when he said, "With the jokes and the snide comments, I just feel like it's time that we stood up and said, you know, we're not going to take this anymore". He then goes on to meet Harry and discuss the issues common to both of them: having ginger-coloured hair. They shifted their focus to mental health this week, with World Mental Health Day falling on 10 October.
Once the singer realizes his mistake, he quickly turns to his laptop and begins deleting the slide shown on his computer - the title of his big idea "Gingers Unite".