Bono in heart scare

U2 frontman Bono was sent to hospital after complaining of chest pains and palpitations whilst in Monaco.

Bono, who has just completed one of the highest grossing rock tours of all time, has been ordered to rest by medics.

Bono had travelled to Monaco to ‘catch up’ with Prince Albert of Monaco the son of Grace Kelly; Bono and his wife were unable to attend the wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene Whittstock due to U2’s touring commitments in July 2011.

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