Royal Jubilee album by Take That man tops chart

15:10 04 June 2012

A Diamond Jubilee album by Gary Barlow in honour of the Queen – featuring Prince Harry on tambourine – has hit the top of the charts.

Sing, which was recorded at Abbey Road studios and features a cameo appearance by the third in line to the throne, scored a first place position in its first week in the charts.

Prince Harry reportedly refused to sing on the album.

The Queen got a personal copy to commemorate the celebration of her 60 years on the throne.

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