Will, Kate, and Harry Advocate for Mental-Health Awareness — and a Quality Blooper

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Prince Harry, Princess Kate, and Prince William. Photo: Samir Hussein/WireImage
Prince Harry, Princess Kate, and Prince William. Photo: Samir Hussein/WireImage

Prince William, Princess Kate, and Prince Harry released a mental-health initiative, via video, tied in with the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon Sunday. And the three filmed the video on what looks like a perfect spring day at Kensington Palace, or that could just be Kate’s ethereal glow lighting up a dreary London afternoon. Hmmm.

In the video, the three promoted their mental-health campaign, “Heads Together,” and announced that a team of mental-health charities have been knighted by the Royal Foundation to run the London marathon next year. The video, below, plays the upbeat “Turn Up” by the Heavy.

Heads Together - a mental health campaign from InVision Communications on Vimeo.

Will, Kate, and Harry were serious in tone as they discussed an issue they’ve long championed: “Mental health is just as important as physical health,” Kate says. Hurrah! Please, someone give that woman a megaphone.

But even when delivering a somber message and you’re a royal, it’s okay to burst out into a laughing fit. “Let’s do a serious one, guys, serious one,” William says. Cue the giggling — even a prince should know “serious one” is basically an invitation to a laughfest.

Will, Kate, Harry Start Mental-Health Campaign