Livin’ On An Heir! Jon Bon Jovi meets Prince Harry at Abbey Road to launch rocker’s charity single for duke’s Invictus Games for injured veterans
- Livin’ on a Prayer star is making a single for Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation
- He will take the Duke through the process of creating the track at meeting today
- Abbey Road studios was where Beatles recorded many of their most famous hits
Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi were seen meeting at Abbey Road studios this morning for a session about a charity single the 80s rocker is recording for the royal’s Invictus Games Foundation.
The Livin’ on a Prayer star will talk the Duke of Sussex through the process of creating the single Unbroken, with the Invictus Games Choir, in the same studio where the Beatles recorded many of their albums.
The foundation oversees the development of the Invictus Games, the international multi-sport event for injured or sick military personnel founded by Harry, who will step down as a working member of the royal family at the end of March.
Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi shake hands outside Abbey Road studios this morning before a meeting inside
The Duke of Sussex looked in good spirits as he arrived at the studios, which were made famous by the Beatles
Unbroken, was created by Jon Bon Jovi to shine a spotlight on veterans living with post traumatic stress disorder and honour their service.
The musician has a close affinity with the military as both his parents served in the US Marine Corps.
The original recording of Unbroken will feature on the forthcoming album Bon Jovi 2020, with the charity single version featuring the Invictus Games Choir, released in March.
The Livin’ on a Prayer star (pictured arriving at the studio today) will talk Harry through the process of creating the single Unbroken, with the Invictus Games Choir
The Prince chatted with members of the media prior to the session with the 80s rock star
Bon Jovi speaks to the media inside the studios before meeting the Duke and members of the Invictus Games Choir
Prince Harry was in Edinburgh on Wednesday to talk at a conference for Travalyst, a sustainable travel initiative