After stepping out of their royal duties Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made a fresh start of their life in Canada. Been seen out and about with their little one Archie, Meghan Markle is also rumoured to be making her comeback to the entertainment world. Amidst of all this Prince Harry was seen at the launch of a single titled, ‘Unbroken’ on Friday. This launch event was to create awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder. Prince Harry has collaborated with legendary singer Jon Bon Jovi for the first time for Unbroken.
As per reports in Reuters, the revenues earned by the sales of this single will go to Prince Harry’s favourite cause. Reports states monies earned by this single shall go to a foundation supporting Invictus Games. Seen at this launch event were US rocker Jon Bon Jovi, military choir along with Prince Harry. One of the choir members Caroline Beazley gave Prince Harry a big hug. She was quoted saying by the publication, “He was wonderful when he came to see us. He gave us all a big hug.”
Caroline Beazley was shot when she was serving for the British armed forces back in 1994 in Belfast. She further added, “I was injured a number of years ago and I hid away for a long number of years for various reasons. Being part of the choir for me ... It’s about just being part of a group of people that kind of get you and understand you.”
Prince Harry and singer have one thing in common, while Prince Harry was in the British Military; singer’s parents were in U.S. Marine Corps.
Talking about this single Prince Harry was quoted saying by NME.com, “With military people, there’s a way of being able to talk about the scars of war in a positive way. Some suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress, some of them suffer from depression, anxiety, but they are stronger for it. Those are the kind of ambassadors and role models that we need.”
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