Queen pays tribute to Prince Harry’s work with touching stunt outside Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Band of the Scots Guards performed Bon Jovi’s hit song Livin’ On A Prayer. The performance was to celebrate Jon Bon Jovi’s collaboration with the Invictus Games. Prince Harry created the Invictus Games which held its first event in 2014.  

The Royal Family Twitter account captioned the video: “Guard Change at Buckingham Palace!

“Today the @ScotsGuardsBand played a special @BonJovi medley to celebrate his collaboration with @WeAreInvictus!

“The Queen’s Guard handed over responsibility for protecting Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace to the New Guard.”

Earlier this week Jon Bon Jovi opened up about his upcoming musical collaboration with the Duke of Sussex.

He told Virgin Radio’s The Chris Evans Breakfast Show: “My idea and letter to him at the time was I’d like to give you the single.

“I would love to give something back to the people but I want them to be the singers.

“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.

“We’ll release it as a single here in time for their games and hopefully raise them some money.”

The next Invictus Games are taking place this May in The Hague, in the Netherlands.

The Toronto Invictus Games were where Meghan and Harry made their first public appearance together.

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One Twitter user said: “Finally something joyful at Buckingham Palace.”

Another tweeted: “Wonderful! Thanks for the lovely tweet!”

A third tweeted: “That’s so great! I love it!”

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