Prince Harry Rocked Out With Jon Bon Jovi, And Canada Announced It Will No Longer Provide Security For Him And Meghan Markle
Prince Harry was chumming it up with Jon Bon Jovi today, and just now the Canadian government has announced that it will no longer be providing publicly-funded security services to Harry and Meghan Markle, which can only mean one thing— The Baron and Baroness of Kilkeel are moving to New Jersey!
Of course this is wild speculation on my part, but at this point, why not? Jersey has trees and an unemployment office doesn’t it? The Baron and Baroness of Kilkeel can probably get a spooky mansion on the cheap and fulfill their destiny as reclusive villains who snatch children who come knocking on their door looking for handouts on Halloween. However, People reports that Harry was actually hanging out with Bon Jovi in London for a recording session for a song that will be used for the Invictus Games, Harry’s “paralympic-style competition for wounded veterans and service members.” That ramshackle 32-bedroom Victorian in Paramus with the hidden dungeon will just have to stay on the market a little while longer. People Reports:
Queen Elizabeth‘s grandson and the rocker teamed up at the iconic Abbey Road studios in London Friday, where Bon Jovi led the Invictus Games Choir as they sung a version of his song “Unbroken.” The tune is being rerecorded in support of the 2020 Invictus Games, Harry’s Paralympic-style competition for wounded veterans and service members.
At one point, Prince Harry and Bon Jovi headed outside with members of the choir and competitors from previous Invictus Games to do their best impressions of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, recreating the album cover for the band’s Abbey Road. Bon Jovi took the second position (Starr’s spot in the famous photo), while Harry brought up the back (Harrison in the original).
Harry meets Jon Bon Jovi pic.twitter.com/0C6hryFxNY
— Duchess Meg (@duchessmegfan) February 28, 2020
Jon @BonJovi and the UK’s Prince Harry recreated the iconic Abbey Road Beatles cover as they walked across the black-and-white pedestrian crossing, led by a military veteran in a wheelchair https://t.co/myvYvPVXIT pic.twitter.com/GCRbUkP8sS
— Reuters (@Reuters) February 28, 2020
JBJ & Harry got together to record a special version of #Unbroken for the Invictus Games. The recording features the Invictus Games Choir, made up of wounded, injured, and sick veterans and serving personnel of the UK Armed Forces.#WeAreInvictus @WeAreInvictus pic.twitter.com/UHYhY3r5zs
— Bon Jovi (@BonJovi) February 28, 2020
I wonder if Harry also asked Jon if he could record a cover of It’s My Life while they were in there. As for what happens once Harry and Megan’s March 31st deadline arrives and their Sussexodus agreement with The Queen goes into effect, Reuters reports:
Canada will no longer provide security for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Canadian government said on Thursday, once the couple are no longer working members of the British royal family in the coming weeks.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been assisting London’s Metropolitan Police with security for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “intermittently” since November, when the couple began a six-week holiday in Canada, according to a statement from the federal Office of the Minister of Public Safety.
But once Harry and Meghan are no longer considered senior members of the British royal family, they will no longer receive the publicly-funded security that is estimated to cost into the millions of dollars.
So as of April 1, the deadline by which Harry and Meghan must plaster over all the nail holes in the walls at Frogmore Cottage if they want to get their full deposit back, they will no longer be “recognized as Internationally Protected Persons” by the Canadian government. From that point on, neither Meghan or Harry will be able to truthfully answer “yeah you know me” when asked if they are down with IPP. Don’t worry, I’ll see myself out.