Prince Harry has invited next year’s London Marathon runners who have not signed up for a specific charity yet, to support his mental health campaign ‘Heads Together’.
In a video message posted on Twitter, Harry and his brother and sister-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are seen wearing a ‘Heads Together’ sweatband.
Harry urges participants: “If you already have a place and are undecided who to run for, William, Catherine and I would like to invite you to run with Heads Together.”
Do you have a @LondonMarathon 2017 place? Prince Harry has a message if you’d like to run with @heads_together https://t.co/7YFovWKtNy pic.twitter.com/yJYLXmb7Qn
He adds: “The three of us can’t wait to cheer you on. See you at the finish line.”
Harry, along with Prince William and Catherine, are spearheading the campaign to tackle stigma, raise awareness and provide vital help for people with mental health challenges.