London: The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William entertained guests at a charity event at his Kensington Palace residence Tuesday night by singing alongside US singers Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift.
The royal home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their months old son Prince George was transformed into an enchanted winter wonderland as part of a charity benefit.
William escorted Swift to the stage to join Bon Jovi in singing the American superstar’s 1980s hit ‘Living on a Prayer’.
The royal is a patron of the Centre point charity which is dedicated to helping youth homelessness. He earlier hosted Swift and Bon Jovi at a reception and for dinner.
Bon Jovi is the founder of the Soul Foundation, which provides solutions and opportunities for families and individuals in economic despair.
Last year’s event was held at the Royal Albert Hall, but with Kensington Palace providing the setting for this year’s event it was also the first ever live concert to take place at this historic royal palace.
Actors Benedict Cumber batch and singers James Blunt andTinie Tempah were among the other guests at the event.