Prince Harry has teamed up with Jon Bon Jovi for this year’s Invictus Games (an international charity benefit created by Prince Harry to support injured veterans through competitive sports games), but there is now an imminent threat. Scheduled for May 9 to 16, 2020 at Zuiderpark (located in The Hague, Netherlands), the coronavirus is threatening the whole event. Prince Harry and Jon Bon Jovi recorded a song called “Unbroken” and even recreated the cover of the historic Beatles album for Abbey Road with members of the Invictus Games Choir in support of the games, but now, many wonder if and when the games will be held. Since one of the first strategies for preventing community epidemics is to avoid large social gatherings, there is great concern that the Invictus Games will be canceled this year. Prince Harry And Jon Bon Jovi Recreate The Beatles Abbey Road Album As Coronavirus Threatens The Invictus Games
Jon Bon Jovi joined Prince Harry at the legendary Abbey Road Studio, as Todd Halm reports, where they spent the day recording the single “Unbroken” with the choir Invictus. Sussex Royal’s official Instagram account shared a video clip of the recording session with their 11.2 million followers. You can watch this video
“We are so excited for today!” The #InvictusGames Choir and @jonbonjovi rehearsed and recorded all day in abbey road studios to re-record Unbroken. Later in the day, our patron will join them to hear their stories and thank Jon for his support of @weareinvictusgames ”
Fans were thrilled to see the photo of Prince Harry, Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Invictus Games Choir as they recreated the iconic cover of Abbey Road. The photo went viral and was shared on several social networks.
You can see both the reenactment