In January, Prince Harry officially stepped back as a senior member of the British royal family. Now, it looks like he’s happy carving a new life for himself away from royal life. In fact, he is set to do a music collaboration with popular hitmaker Bon Jovi—something he didn’t get to do as a working royal.

On Wednesday, Bon Jovi graced “The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky” and spoke about his upcoming project with the prince. The musician revealed that he’s re-recording his 2019 single “Unbroken” for the Invictus Games this year, this time with Prince Harry.

In August 2019, Bon Jovi had sent a letter to Prince Harry with the song and lyrics of “Unbroken” before it officially came out in the U.S. The singer told the prince it would be a great gift from him to the Invictus Games and Prince Harry thought his idea was good.

“Prince Harry said yes and stuck now to it, so we’re doing it,” he said. “I’m gonna hand him a tambourine and see what he’s got going,” he added.

On Friday, Prince Harry will travel with Bon Jovi to Abbey Road Studios to record the tune of the song with the backing of the Invictus Games choir.  The re-recording of the song comes in preparation for this year’s Invictus Games, a charity sporting event for wounded servicemen and women held every year.

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

Bon Jovi and Prince Harry share a passion for helping injured veterans. In 2014, Prince Harry established the Invictus Games Foundation to help the sick and injured former service people, while Bon Jovi wrote the song “Unbroken” in 2019 for “To Be of Service,” an American documentary about veterans with PTSD and the service animals helping them.

Meanwhile, Bon Jovi revealed his new nickname for Prince Harry following his recent royal exit. The singer admitted he was not sure how to address him at first, but he’s lucky to have found a nickname that suits him best.

“I’ve been asking, ‘What do I do? How do I address him?’ And then I realized I’m gonna call him “The Artist Formerly Known as Prince,’” he quipped.

Prince Harry Prince Harry speaks during the 2016 Invictus Games Symposium on Invisible Wounds in Orlando, Fla. May 8, 2016. DoD News photo by EJ Hersom/Flickr