Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi visit Abbey Road Studios to record a song for the Invictus Games Foundation

By Heather Cichowski, with files from Zach Harper

Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi visit Abbey Road Studios to record a song for the Invictus Games Foundation

Who's ready to sing? Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi visited Abbey Road Studios in London on Feb. 28 to record a single along with the Invictus Games Choir to benefit the Invictus Games Foundation.

Harry and Jon have a moment. Photo: © TOLGA AKMEN/AFP via Getty Images

The group re-recorded "Unbroken," the rockstar's song originally released in 2019 for To Be of Service, a documentary about veterans living with PTSD. It is a perfect match for Harry's work with Invictus because it's focused on supporting veterans and service members, and the new special single will be in aid of the Invictus Games Foundation.

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Prince Harry, Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Invictus Games Choir at Abbey Road Studios. Photo: © HANNAH MCKAY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

At Abbey Road Studios, Harry, Jon and 12 members of the Invictus Games Choir were photographed before hitting the recording studio. The group recorded "Unbroken" in Studio 2, where The Beatles recorded 11 out of their 13 albums!

In one photo, Harry is seen in front of a microphone and appears to be in the middle of a conversation.

On the Royal Sussex Instagram account, they shared a video of the Duke of Sussex and Jon in the studio in front of a microphone with the musician holding a guitar.

The caption on Harry and Meghan's Instagram account read, "I said I’ll give it a shot...[Sound On] Stay tuned for more to come later... #WeAreInvictus"

Unfortunately, the video cuts before we get to hear Harry or Jon sing a note!

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In another teaser on Instagram Stories, Harry is the one holding the guitar! The cheeky caption simply reads, "Stay tuned for more to come later... #WeAreInvictus"

The light rain showers weren't enough to stop Harry, the Bon Jovi frontman and members of the Invictus Games Choir from striking a pose at the iconic Abbey Road zebra crossing at Abbey Road Studios that was made famous by The Beatles.

"We can't come to Abbey Road and not get the picture," an Instagram Story on the Sussex Royal Instagram account explained. Indeed!

Harry looks ready to record! Photo: © HANNAH MCKAY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

We'll have to wait a bit longer for the Invictus Games Choir and Jon's updated recording of "Unbroken." It will reportedly not be released until March, ahead of the 2020 Invictus Games which take place in The Hague this year from May 9 to 16. We are excited to see the final charity single and curious see if Harry gets a solo!

On Feb. 26, Jon gave more insight on how he and Harry partnered for the new version of "Unbroken."

"My idea at the time was, 'I'd like to give you the single. I would love to give something back to the people you care [about]... but I want them to be singers,'" he told Chris Evans on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky.

"It's the 'We are the World' for this song. I've got 12 veterans. They'll sing the chorus to the existing track, which I did, and then it'll be on the new record."

The duke and rockstar outside Abbey Road Studios. Photo: © Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images

"We'll release it as a single here in time for [the 2020 Invictus Games in The Hague] and hopefully raise them some money."

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Royals fans will see both Harry and Duchess Meghan on March 5 when they step out to the 2020 Endeavour Fund Awards for wounded, injured and sick service members and veterans.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's last joint engagement as senior members of the Royal Family is currently scheduled for March 9. They will attend Commonwealth Day services with other members of the family.

They will officially step down on March 31 after which they will be represented by their UK foundation team because they will no longer be carrying out royal engagements on behalf of the Queen.

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