Harry was in the studio to meet the singer and members of the military veterans choir in one of his last engagements as an older member of the royal family.

As countless Beatles fans have done since the release of the “Abbey Road” album in 1969, the pair walked across the black and white pedestrian crossing, this time led by a military veteran in a wheelchair.

Earlier, a video of the pair wearing headphones, with Bon Jovi strumming a guitar before singing began, was posted on the official Instagram page of Harry and his American wife Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The couple announced in January that they would be stepping down from their duties as senior royals, spending more time in North America and aiming to become financially independent.

Invictus Games Choir, a record-setting single for charity, includes veterans and serving personnel from the British army.

Their song, called “Unbroken,” was created by Bon Jovi to highlight veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Bon Jovi, whose parents were both in the United States Marine Corps, told reporters he had a lot of respect for the royals.

“I want to cuddle them,” he said.

Proceeds from the sale of the record will go to the foundation supporting the Invictus Games, a sporting event for sick and injured veterans that is one of Harry’s favorite causes.