Prince Harry has joined the art of photobombing at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The royal was sitting behind New Zealand rugby sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens, deputy chef de mission Trevor Shailer and sports psychologist Gary Hermansson when the kiwis were asked to pose for a photo by former NZ hockey player Bevan Hari.
Clearly the 'Larrikin Prince' couldn't help himself, giving a big thumbs up in the background with a cheesy grin on his face:
Earlier in the day, the Hockeyroos added Prince Harry to their royal collection of Commonwealth Games snaps.
Players Jayde Taylor and Brooke Peris became internet sensations when their selfie was photo-bombed by the Queen after Australia's 4-0 win over Malaysia in Glasgow on Thursday.
Taylor admitted the photograph was planned after the Queen met the players on a visit to the Glasgow National Hockey Centre.
This time they've tweeted a picture with Prince Harry.
"Prince Harry said he hates #selfies so we got a photo instead ?? #queenphotobomb @Hockeyroos @AusComGames," Taylor tweeted.
But then there was a selfie ... tweeted by Anna Flanagan.
"Sorry Prince Harry we know you hate selfies... But it just happened! #royals #hockeyrooneedsahusband @thecgf"