For Bell Let's Talk Day, plenty of high profile figures have come out with their messages and support. Now that includes some royal influence as well. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared their own message on Instagram for the event focusing on mental health.

In an Instagram story, the couple shared posts from others who were taking part.

"Today is #BellLetsTalk Day," the first post in the story reads, "where people around the world are taking action and creating positive conversations about mental health."

The story continues, adding one image each time. The first one is of a young man holding a sign that reads "Be kind to everyone you meet. It goes a long way."

Other messages included in the story read "kindness is when my teammates lift me up in tough times," "kindness doesn't cost a thing," "be there for each other," and "we're all in this together."

The story concludes with an additional message from the couple.

"We are so happy to be supporting Bell's mental health campaign," the image says, "each time you watch @bell_letstalk official video on Instagram, Bell will donate 5 cents towards Canadian mental health initiatives."

"So please share, please talk and be part of the solution." The message concludes with the hashtag #BellLetsTalk.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau already shared his own message about the event on his Twitter feed, writing that there is also more work to do.

The phone company also reminded customers to turn off iMessage on their iPhones.

This was in order to ensure that donations would be made from texts sent through Bell's network.

Harry and Meghan are no longer acting as members of the royal family, and are spending some of their time in Canada.

While there has been discussion about who would pay for their security, it seems they want to use their platform to promote a good cause.

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