Prince Harry Joins Gary Barlow For Jubilee Song
Take That star reveals Harry will feature on new track, but only on tambourine...
The Take That star has penned the track, entitled Sing, as part of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations and it features guest musicians from around the Commonwealth.
And it seems Harry's name can now be added to the list of credits, even if it is only as tambourine player.
Gary also revealed that it was Hazza's dad, Prince Charles, who provided the inspiration for the single, which is the subject of a BBC documentary.
During an interview on tonight's Graham Norton show, the singer songwriter said: "In my chat with him he said, 'If you really want the Queen to like this, find people; go and travel and find people'."
As well as the song, Gary is organising a concert at Buckingham Palace in honour of the Jubilee, but Her Majesty is apparently not without her concerns.
The Take That singer told Graham Norton how he recently presented the plans for the gig to the Queen.
"I went, 'Your Majesty, this is what the concert is going to look like, it's going to be incredible, this is where it's going to be in front of the palace'," he said.
"And she said, 'So all that equipment, how long is that going to take to dismantle?' At this point I'm guessing, so I say, 'About six or seven hours.' And she said, 'So, the concert finishes at half ten at night, which means you will be doing that all night at the front of the palace where my family lives'."
Gary confessed that a "little bead of sweat" ran down his face but insisted: "The Queen is absolutely delighted with the whole line up."
Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Jessie J, JLS and Gary's bandmate Robbie Williams are all set to perform at the concert.