The British royals are notoriously buttoned-up when it comes to discussions around mental health, but in recent years Harry, alongside the duke and duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and Kate Middleton), have helped spearhead Heads Together, a campaign that seeks to tackle mental illness stigmas and fund new mental health services, according to its website. William and Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, was also outspoken about mental health; in recent years Harry has spoken openly about his own struggles, and also organized mental health services for military veterans via his Invictus Games Foundation.

The yet-untitled, multi-part series is also a huge get for Apple, whose foray into streaming will be marked by the launch of the show in 2020. The tech titan’s service is poised to compete with Netflix, as well as Amazon and HBO, and attaching a powerhouse trio to its debut content project is no doubt a sign that it means business.

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