February 18, 2024


Prince Harry, King Charles honored by Michael Buble with new version of ‘My Way’

Prince Harry attended the winter training camp with Meghan Markle ahead of the 2025 Invictus Games

By Javeria Shahid February 18, 2024

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Prince Harry and King Charles received a sweet tribute from Michael Buble during his latest performance at the Invictus Game events.

On Friday at the Invictus Games One Year to Go Dinner event at the Vancouver Convention Center, the Canadian singer presented a rendition of Frank Sinatra’s widely loved classic hit track, My Way, with a twist.

The Grammy award winner altered the lyrics according to his liking to praise the Duke of Sussex, referring to him as a "visionary" person and extending "healing wishes" to the Monarch King Charles amid his ongoing battle with cancer.

Before indulging in the heartwarming display of affection for the royal members, Buble, 48, shared that he was ecstatic to show the younger prince, 39, and his wife Meghan Markle, his home country, "How beautiful this place is."

"Who knew dreams can come true when life tells you you’re far from finished; Nothing tames, Invictus Games, you play them your way; One man, life-changing plan, he does all he can, he’s a visionary; Our healing wishes for your dad; You’ve earned each day, the right to say, I did it my way," the Sway hitmaker serenaded at the event.

Buble’s performance came after he joined the Spare author and Markle, 42, who shared two kids, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, at the Hillcrest Community Centre in Vancouver for wheelchair curling.

Additionally, before the 2025 Invictus Games kick off for service personnel and veterans in Whistler and Vancouver, the father-of-two expressed gratitude towards the audience for their "commitment to making Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 possible."