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Prince Harry and Bon Jovi To Team Up For Invictus Games

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By Carolyn B.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are so close to wrapping up their time as working Royals! The couple will be officially done with these positions on April 1. But that doesn't mean they are quite finished putting in appearances for Buckingham Palace quite yet.

The Duke of Sussex has a handful of appearances left on his docket. The prince will be visiting the United Kingdom a couple more times in the next few months to wrap up his duties before stepping down.

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Financially Independent

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a historic decision when they opted to step down as senior members of the Royal Family. They have already shut down their office in the UK and have moved out of their Frogmore Cottage home.

Harry and Meghan have moved to Canada and plan to work to become financially independent. The Sussexes have reportedly already begun networking with some powerful celebrities to help secure their future prospects. It looks like Harry has another megastar in his sites, this time for charity.

Invictus Games

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Prince Harry created the Invictus Games, which saw its first event in 2014. The games provide a way for injured armed service members to compete in a sporting event that incorporates longterm physical limitations.

The Sussex Instagram account posted a video announcing a collaboration between Harry and Jon Bon Jovi for the Invictus Games in March. The video indicates Harry and Bon Jovi will be recording a track together. Reports say the proceeds for the re-recording of Bon Jovi's "Unbroken" will be donated to the organization.

Commonwealth Day

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Archie Harrison
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Along with his work for the Invictus Games, Prince Harry and his family -- Duchess Meghan and baby Archie Harrison -- are slated to appear at events celebrating Commonwealth Day.

Sources have said Harry's grandmother -- Queen Elizabeth II -- specifically requested the Sussexes put in an appearance and asked them to bring along young Archie. Some reports have claimed that the Duchess of Sussex has yet to confirm her own appearance, though it sounds like Prince Harry plans to attend.

J. Lo

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Bon Jovi is definitely not the only famous celebrity the Sussexes have hung out with since their split from Buckingham Palace. The couple has been busy meeting with celebrities and high-powered people these past few months.

The Duke of Sussex chatted up Disney's Bob Iger at the London premiere of The Lion King and pitched his wife's voiceover talents. The pair recently appeared at an exclusive JP Morgan event -- their first paying gig since stepping down -- where they reportedly dined with Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez.

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