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This is the moment New Zealand officials were treated to a royal photobomb as they posed for a selfie at the Commonwealth games.
Prince Harry followed in the footsteps of his grandmother, the Queen, by sticking his head into the frame as former Olympic boxer Trevor Shailer, Sir Gordon Tietjens and Gary Hermansson took a picture.
In the hilarious snap, the young royal can be seen with his mouth open as he gives two thumbs up. He is wearing a white shirt and looks thrilled to be watching swimming at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre.
A more reserved Prince William is also caught in the background looking straight ahead.
Sharing the snap on Facebook Shailer wrote: "Photo of the day.... A Royal photobomb by Prince Harry with Titch (Sir Gordon) and Gary Hermansson at the Swimming venue tonight. Thanks to Bev Hari for taking the pic...fun times supporting our athletes at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games!'"
Fans were also impressed by the impromptu display.
"This is AMAZING. Best. Photobomb. Ever! G'oan yersel' Prince Harry..." one said.
Another wrote: "He's such a cheeky one that Prince Harry!"
Just days ago a grinning Queen unwittingly photobombed members of the Australian hockey team at the Commonwealth Games.