Prince Harry spotted in a royally-epic photobomb
Prince Harry shows the world, yet again, that royals just want to have fun.
While at a women's swimming event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, on Monday, the prince was caught in a photobomb so amazing, it's hard to believe it wasn't planned. Prince Harry jumped in a picture being taken of former Olympic boxer Trevor Shailer, rugby coach Sir Gordon Tietjens and sports psychologist Gary Hermansson, according to People magazine. Shailer was so kind to post the photo in all of its glory on his Facebook page. "Photo of the day... A royal photo bomb by Prince Harry with Titch (Sir Gordon) and Gary Hermansson at the Swimming venue tonight," reads the caption. "Thanks to Bev Hari for taking the pic... Fun times supporting our athletes at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games!!"
Prince Harry is not the only one in the royal family who has been busy photobombing at the Commonwealth Games this year. None other than the royal matriarch and Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, made an adorable appearance in a selfie of Australian hockey players Jayde Taylor and Brooke Peris last week. In the photo, Queen Elizabeth is flashing a huge grin as she peeps through a fence behind the two girls.
Although Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, are perhaps the most well-known royals in the world at present time, they continue to show that they have a sense of humor and somehow manage to stay down to earth. In May, the brothers were in the U.S. for a wedding and shocked the media with their very normal behavior. While at the reception, Harry, who is known for his love of partying, was spotted leading a crowd of dancers to the wedding standard, "Shout," and one witness said that the prince was twerking Miley Cyrus-style on the dance floor. After the wedding, a photog snapped a pic of Wills riding coach from Memphis to Dallas before catching his connecting flight back to the U.K.