WATCH: Prince Harry jokes he’s 'livin' on a prayer' as he teases collaboration with Jon Bon Jovi

Prince Harry (Photo: Getty Images)
Prince Harry (Photo: Getty Images)

Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi are working on something special – and the two teased the news with a hilarious text conversation on Instagram.

"Hey Harry, how's it going?" the Bed of Roses singer texted.

"Hey! I'm good! Just livin' on a prayer... What's up?" Harry responds.

"I'm in London on the 28th of February and have an idea... #Invictus," Jon said, with a strong-arm emoji.

"Nice! Is it you and the band?" Harry asked to which Jon teased, "Just me for now, but don't worry – I've got some back up that I think will work..."

Then, Harry teased fans too with his response saying, "Ha! Don't expect me to sing... BUT I'll give it a shot!"


The hilarious exchange wasn't a real conversation but was instead a way to promote the Invictus Games, more specifically, the Invictus Games Choir event on 28 February. The event, which it seems could see Prince Harry on stage with Jon Bon Jovi and a few other special guests, will be the Duke of Sussex's next engagement and the first that will kick off the Sussex's farewell visit to the UK.

After a series of engagements that's already been scheduled, Harry and Meghan will then conclude with the Commonwealth Day Service on 9 March and officially step down from royal duties on 31 March.

Though Harry and Meghan will no longer be representing the monarchy as senior members of the royal duties, the duke and duchess will still champion and attend the Invictus Games in May 2020.

The first Invictus Games took place in 2014. Prince Harry launched the multi-sport event to assist wounded, injured and sick armed services personnel, veterans and heroes through sport.

FOR THE LATEST ON HARRY AND MEGHAN'S EXIT, CLICK HERE: Harry and Meghan will officially leave royal family on 31 March

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