Prince Harry's Jubilee tune reaches Number One

Monday June 4, 2012

Prince Harry has added another string to his bow, with a recording artist credit.

The young royal features, playing a tambourine, in Gary Barlow's musical celebration of the Diamond Jubilee, which has made it to the top of the UK albums chart on its debut.

The Take That star's album Sing, which was recorded at Abbey Road studios and includes a cameo appearance by the royal, scored a first place position in its first week in the charts.

The album, which sees Gary backed by the Commonwealth Band, was presented to the Queen herself to commemorate the celebration of her 60 years on the throne.

The X Factor judge recruited Prince Harry, a keen music fan, to play on one the title track - although the royal refused to sing.

The track, also called Sing, was written by Gary and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and features the chart-topping Military Wives.

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