Kate, Meghan, Harry, William reunite for mental health PSA video

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Projects launched by Harry while part of the Royal Foundation, such as The Invictus Games and Meghan's Together: Our Community Cookbook, have been removed from the Programmes section of the site.

After the ad's release, the UK's National Health Service website (that hosts Every Mind Matters) crashed as people rushed to view it online.

It follows Harry and Meghan's decision to move out of Kensington Palace, where William and Kate are based, to set up home at Frogmore Cottage and establish their own own Sussex Royal charity foundation.

The Programme title was later updated to Empowering Communities, and featured Meghan's work on Together: Our Community Cookbook, which she produced with Grenfell survivors.

"Everyone knows that feeling when life gets on top of us", says Prince William as the video opens. Prince Harry adds: "We feel stressed, low, anxious or have trouble sleeping". From today, there's a new way to help turn things around.

After being inspired by their 10-day royal tour of Africa, Meghan and Harry asked their 9.6 million followers to suggest worthwhile people and causes related to the community theme.

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William, Kate, Harry and Meghan's joint venture was meant to harness the star power of the four high-profile royals.

And, of course, the trio chew over the timing and impact of Meghan's newspaper legal action and Harry's statement condemning the tabloids which took everybody by surprise towards the end of the tour.

The royals have been outspoken advocates of increasing mental health awareness and breaking the stigma of mental health since launching Heads Together in May 2016.

"This month, in celebrating "community", we asked you to share your favourite organisation from your neighborhood or around the world", according to the new post. "He kept saying, 'This is not right, this is not normal, you need to talk to [someone] about stuff, it's OK'".

The couple joined surfers in Cape Town, South Africa, on September 24 to talk about mental health, revealing they both practice meditation to help keep their mental health strong.

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