Prince Harry turns pop star - sort of
Gary Barlow‘s new song in honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee features Prince Harry.
Unfortunately, the 27-year-old royal turned down the chance to sing and instead shows off his tambourine skills on the track.
Take That star Gary, who wrote the single with Andrew Lloyd Webber, 64, toured the globe in search of guest musicians, singers and inspiration.
The Military Wives Choir, reggae duo Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespear plus ska guitarist Ernest Ranglin all contributed their talents.
The record – named Sing – got its first play on Chris Evans‘ Radio 2 breakfast show this morning.
‘On my way to @achrisevans breakfast show! This is it,the result of thousands of miles travelled,weeks of recording in one 3 minute record,’ Tweeted Gary, 41.
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