While Prince Harry probably won’t be performing alongside Jon Bon Jovi anytime soon, the pair actually does have a scheduled appearence together, Page Six has learned. According to the outlet, the Duke Of Sussex will join the legendary performer at Abbey Road Studios in London next week.
The organization, Invictus Games Choir, announced that the New Jersey artist will record his new song, “Unbroken,” at the event, and it’ll be released with intentions of donating the proceeds to Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation.
This Thursday, The Sussex Royal Instagram Page revealed that the collaboration was in the works. They posted a faux-text message exchange between Harry and the 57-year-old rock star. In case you haven’t heard of it, Harry’s Invictus Games were launched back in 2014, and it’s a multi-sport ceremony for veterans.
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New from Buckingham Palace ✨ . The Palace just announced that the new changes to Harry and Meghan’s roles will all take effect on 31 March. From April 1st, Harry and Meghan will no longer have an office at Buckingham Palace. The Duke and Duchess will then be represented through their UK charity foundation team. . Prince Harry will retain the ranks of Major, Lieutenant Commander, and Squadron Leader – but during the 12-month trial period, Harry's honorary military positions will not be used. The Palace says that discussions on the use of the word "Royal" in @sussexroyal is being "reviewed", but the Palace says discussions are still ongoing and any changes will be announced when they launch their new non-profit organisation. . Upcoming engagements: Feb 28 — Harry will join Jon Bon Jovi at a recording session of his song “Unbroken” with the Invictus Games Choir (to be released in aid of the WeAreInvictus Foundation). March 5 — Harry and Meghan will attend the annual @EndeavourFund awards in London. March 6 — Harry, along with Lewis Hamilton, will attend the opening of the SilverstoneUK Experience, a museum that tells the story of the past, present and future of British motor racing. March 7 — The couple will attend the Mountbatten Festival of Music at Royal Albert Hall. March 8 — Meghan will mark #InternationalWomensDay2020 with further details to be announced. March 9 — The couple will join the Queen and members of the Royal Family for the #CommonwealthDay Service at Westminster Abbey. . As for the rest of the year, their spokesperson says that Harry and Meghan will be in the United Kingdom "regularly" including Harry at @LondonMarathon in April and both Sussexes to attend @invictusgames2020 in May ✨ . (Source Chris Ship/Omid Scobie/Twitter)
This year, Invictus Games will kick off in the Netherlands, starting on the 9th of May, and going all the way until the 16th of May. The show will take place approximately one month after Harry and Meghan start their royal-duty-free lives on the 1st of April.
As it was previously reported, Meghan and Harry’s Buckingham Palace office will close on the 31st of March. The Evening Standard was the first to reveal the news. The announcement also comes on the heels that the formerly-royal couple will no longer be able to refer to themselves as royals.
The Daily Mail was the first to report that senior palace officials have agreed that they could no longer use their titles in public. A royal insider who spoke with Page Six claimed that the use of the term “royal” in relation to Meghan and Harry had to be reconsidered.
Back in January, Harry and Meghan revealed they were moving out of their positions in the royal family. Since then, they’ve been spotted spending a lot of time in the United States and in Canada.
Their presence has sparked controversy, including whether or not Canadian tax-payers will have to foot the bill for their security. Sources have stated, however, that Meghan and Harry will slowly move down to the United States.