Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi are making a legendary stop.
The 35-year-old royal and the 57-year-old rocker teamed up together at the famed Abbey Road Studios on Friday (February 28) to record a new version of a song in support of Harry‘s Invictus Games, founded in 2014 for injured, wounded and sick armed forces members and veterans, which will take place in The Netherlands in May.
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During their visit, Jon hilariously referred to Harry as the “Artist Formerly Known as Prince,” taking a playful jab at his headline-making decision to walk back his royal duties with wife Meghan Markle.
He led the Invictus Games Choir as they sang a special version of his song “Unbroken,” and then the two met the members of the choir, as well as competitors from previous Invictus Games.
“Unbroken” appears on Jon Bon Jovi’s upcoming album Bon Jovi 2020, penned regarding veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in honor their service. (If you didn’t know, his parents served in the U.S. Marine Corps. and he is a longtime supporter of veterans’ welfare.)
This charity version of “Unbroken” will be released in March to support the Invictus Games Foundation.
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