LONDON (Reuters) - The doorbell rings to the tune of the British national anthem "God Save the Queen", and Prince Harry opens the door to find Ed Sheeran on the threshold. Both men have red hair and beards.
Pop royalty and actual royalty came together for a good cause recently, when Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran filmed a video for World Mental Health Day on October 10. What makes the funny clip even better
Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran are teasing their team up! In a video shared on Harry and Meghan Markle‘s Instagram page on Wednesday, the royal and the singer united for a sneak peek of their new collaboration
Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran have joined forces to raise awareness on World Mental Health Day. In a video posted on the Sussex's official Instagram, the singer-songwriter and the duke are seen discussing
If there’s one thing I love more than royals, it’s royals being funny (remember that time Kate Middleton joked that Prince William should wear a gift of alpaca wool as a toupee?). And today, the Duke Sussex
When CDs were invented in 1982, the market for vinyl records quickly collapsed. But around 2010, vinyl started to make a comeback, and now prices for certain rare editions are sky high. For the first in
Pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong waved union jacks and sang "God save the Queen" outside the British consulate before violence erupted in the province again. At the largest round of protests since
Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters waving Union Jack flags marched and sang ''God Save the Queen'', both on the streets and outside the British Consulate on Sunday, demanding that the former colonial power