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Prince Harry Does An Epic Royal Photobomb On New Zealand Officials

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07/29/2014 4:32 pm
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Prince Harry Does An Epic Royal Photobomb On New Zealand Officials
Media Courtesy of Mirror UK

Rain Varela

Staff Writer

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The Royal Family of the United Kingdom is well known for adhering to their traditions. They pass it on to the next generation, the same way they hand down their crown and estates. Most of this traditions are pretty old, and we seldom get to see the birth of a new one. Lucky for us, the Royal Family has inadvertently created a not-so-stuffy or formal new tradition. And what is this tradition you may ask? It's royal photo bombs! The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton started things off with her and Prince William's tour in New Zealand last April. Then a few days ago, Her Majesty the Queen herself photobombed members of the Australian Women's hockey team during the ongoing Commonwealth games. Now it is Prince Harry's turn. Who was able to one up his grandmother and sister-in-law by combining aspects of their photobombs in a single take. The Prince, was seated behind New Zealand officials, rugby sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens, Sport Manawatu chief executive Trevor Shailer and Massey University professor Emeritus Gary Hermansson during Monday's Commonwealth Games. As the officials decided to take a selfie, the cheeky Prince who saw that he would be taken with the photo gave out a big smile and two thumbs up. Massey University shared the photo on their twitter account. https://twitter.com/MasseyUni/status/493905461574238209 Prince William may be the King-in-Waiting, but Prince Harry is a legend! Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!


     

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