If this isn't the dreamiest collaboration we've ever seen, we're not sure what else could beat it.
In a move that's sent royal watchers into meltdown, a brand new video surfaced on Instagram this week, and it features none other than Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry.
Yep, our heart rates just escalated a little, too.
The clip was posted to Harry and Duchess Meghan's official Instagram account on Wednesday evening, featuring the two flame-haired fellows aongside the simple phrase: "Coming soon... #WMHD".
It seems the dream collaboration has come in time for World Mental Health Day, and we can expect to see more where this sneak peek came from!
To make matters even more exciting than they already are, the video in question also reveals something rather candid about royal life.
As the clip begins, Ed Sheeran is seen outside a door, where he rings a doorbell.
Ringing out the quirky tune of God Save The Queen, the door bell is answered by none other than Prince Harry, who looks pleased to see Ed.
The pair greet each other like they go way back, as Harry shakes his hand he assures Ed it's fine to bring the camera into the home he looks to be residing in.
Only, with a sneak peek inside the cosy-looking cottage behind him, it's been revealed that the home is in fact not Frogmore Cottage, where Harry and Meghan live.
Yep, if you look really closely, you'll see a rather well-known photograph of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on their wedding day hanging on the wall behind Harry.
What's more, the front door also gives away the clip's location given it bears a striking resemblance to Ivy Cottage's entrance - a home based in Kensington Palace.
With these giveaway clues in mind, it looks as though the filming location was indeed the home of Eugenie and Jack.
Watch the video in full below!
On further inspection, royal fans can make out a very cosy-looking home in the background, with a fireplace and couch which holds several bright orange cushions.
Talk about being a fly on the wall!
Naturally, fans lost it upon seeing the new clip, with many revelling over the similarities between Ed and Harry.
"Gingers rule," wrote one fan.
Another added: "Gingers assemble."
One fan pointed out what many were thinking: "Why isn't TODAY, tomorrow?! 😮😮😃😃😃 Can't wait!! 😁😁😁❤️"
Hear hear, we can't wait to see what's about to unfold!
Eugenie and Jack moved into their Kensington Palace abode in 2018. The three-bedroom home is a short distance from the home where Meghan and Harry previously resided.
With this in mind, Prince Harry would have felt right at home when filming the new clip.
It hasn't yet been confirmed if any other royals will be involved in the collaboration, or if we'll see any more of them in the video for World Mental Health Day.
That being said, there's no denying whatever is to come will undoubtedly make waves across the world - and all for a very worthy cause.
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