Yesterday morning, Prince Harry posted a rather mysterious video on his Instagram account. This clip show singer Ed Sheeran ringing a doorbell, which plays the first notes of "God Save the Queen." (Yes, that's also "My Country 'Tis of Thee to our American readers.) Harry, wearing a light gray polo shirt answers the door.
Pleasantries sounding something like "hey man" or "hey mate" are exchanged, and then Harry makes a joke about his resemblance to the "Galway Girl" singer. "It's like looking in the mirror," he says.
Sheeran then asks, "Do you mind if I bring the camera in?" To which Harry responds "Of course, yeah, come on in."
Then, the screen fades to black with the message "Tomorrow 10th October."
As promised, the full video was revealed today, in celebration of World Mental Health Day. It features some brief banter between Ed Sheeran and Harry, in which Sheeran feigns to believe they're working on an initiative for redheads. Check it out in full below.
Upon first glance, viewers might assume that the video was filmed his Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage. But upon further examination, he's actually standing in the doorway of his cousin Eugenie's residence at Kensington Palace, which is known as Ivy Cottage.
When Harry answers the door, you can just make out a wedding portrait of Eugenie and her husband Jack on the wall. (It's a bit obstructed by a bright light.)
You can also briefly see decorative candles in the background as well as a fireplace, and a couch with bright orange pillows.
Hello further confirmed our suspicions that the house is Princess Eugenie's. "The front door is one tell-tale sign," wrote the publication, as it was previously pictured by Lord Snowdon in 1999 - and has the same white door with glass window."
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