Prince Harry (or as he now prefers to be called, just "Harry") is attending his final engagements before he officially steps down as a senior member of the royal family — and his latest appearance was an extremely British one.
On Friday, the Duke of Sussex stepped out in the rainy London weather at Abbey Road Studios, and even paid tribute to the Beatles by recreating the iconic Abbey Road album cover, with none other than Jon Bon Jovi himself.
Harry also had a jam session with Bon Jovi, who recorded a new version of his song "Unbroken" for this year's Invictus Games, the sporting competition for injured military personnel that Harry created in 2014.
"It's gonna be really easy, just pretend you're singing in your bedroom," Bon Jovi told Harry. "Just shout it out."
According to People, the singer nicknamed Harry as "the artist formerly known as Prince" — which, genius.
However, the video shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram page cuts off right before you can hear Harry singing, which we're sure you'll agree is a travesty.
"Although The Duke was unable to sing, leaving the vocals to the professionals, the special single that was recorded in Studio 2 where The Beatles recorded 11 out of their 13 albums, and will be released in March in support of the @WeAreInvictusGames," the Sussex Royal account wrote in the caption of another video.
All in the name of a good cause. But also: Please let Prince Harry sing.