The "artist formerly known as Prince" Harry has stepped into a studio to meet rock superstar Jon Bon Jovi who is recording a special single ahead of the Invictus Games.

Prince Harry returned to the UK this week from Canada for a flurry of royal engagements that will likely be his last as a working member of the Firm.

On Friday, he visited Abbey Road Studios – made famous by The Beatles – to meet the rock legend and members of the Invictus Games Choir.

Prince Harry, Jon Bon Jovi (second right) and members of the Invictus Games Choir pose at Abbey Road zebra crossing at Abbey Road Studios. Photo / Getty
Prince Harry, Jon Bon Jovi (second right) and members of the Invictus Games Choir pose at Abbey Road zebra crossing at Abbey Road Studios. Photo / Getty

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The duo were seen in a recording booth singing to a guitar. The Sussex Royal Instagram account released a teaser clip from the occassion.

Bon Jovi wrote the song, Unbroken, to shine a spotlight on veterans living with PTSD. He has been a long-time military supporter after both his family served in the US Marine Corps.

The single will be released in March, with all proceeds going to the Invictus Games Foundation.

Prince Harry founded the Invictus Games after spending ten years serving in the British military including tours of Afghanistan. The event is close to his heart and he first made his relationship with Meghan public at the Toronto event in 2017.

However this will be the last version of the games the Duke of Sussex will attend in his official role as a working royal.

Jon Bon Jovi was all smiles leaving Abbey Road Studios after his recording session with Prince Harry. Photo / AP
Jon Bon Jovi was all smiles leaving Abbey Road Studios after his recording session with Prince Harry. Photo / AP

He and Meghan will step down on March 31, and have already been told they can no longer use the Sussex Royal branding in their private lives.

As part of this Megxit decision, Harry agreed to give up all his military titles. He is currently Captain General of Royal Marines, Honorary Air Commandant Royal Air Force Honington, and Commodore-in-Chief of Small Ships and Diving.

The splitting of the Sussex household has marked a huge rift in the royal family, with reports the Queen was "upset" over the decision.

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The current spate of royal engagements for Prince Harry and Meghan also clashes with a key trip to Ireland by the Cambridges, sparking claims the royal households are not speaking to one another.

Britain's Prince Harry meets with Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Invictus Games Choir during his visit Abbey Road Studios. Photo / AP
Britain's Prince Harry meets with Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Invictus Games Choir during his visit Abbey Road Studios. Photo / AP

On Wednesday, Prince Harry appeared in Scotland to launch his Travalyst initiative that allows customers to choose sustainable flying options where he told the crowd "call me Harry."

The Sussexes have been criticised for preaching about environmental activities while using private jets and opting to live half their time in Canada.

The next Invictus Games will take place in The Hague in May this year, followed by Dusseldorf in 2022.