Royal couples reunite two months after split

The four senior royals have reunited for a charitable campaign. Photo: Getty

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have teamed up with Kate Middleton and Prince William to feature in a mental health film together—two months after splitting their royal foundation.

The Fab Four will feature alongside one another in a three-minute video that’s set to air on UK television from Monday.

It is their first campaign together since Harry and Meghan announced their decision to leave from the couples’ formerly-joint Royal Foundation charity earlier this year. The resolution was passed on 8 August, according to documents.

Each member of the two royal couples speaks in short segments for part of the short film, which is for the Every Mind Matters campaign – an initiative that aims to help people spot early mental health symptoms.

Last year, the couples worked on the Heads Together campaign, spearheaded by what was then a joint project.

The Royal Foundation was the umbrella organisation for the couples’ charitable projects, including Heads Together, the Invictus Games and the Endeavour Fund.

Following their split with the Royal Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will establish their own organisation by the end of the year.

Additional reporting by Francesca Spector.

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