Did Harry's photobomb trump the Queen?
Prince Harry photobombed a selfie at the Commonwealth Games, days after his gran went viral.
JOHANNESBURG - "You ain't as cool as your gran!"
Every hip teenager and youff person would dread hearing such a statement, but that's exactly the type of message being sent the way of Prince Harry - the reckless, roguish, yet charming, fourth in line to the British throne - on social media networks today.
The red-haired royal never turns down a moment to show his playful side and he was quick to spot the perfect opportunity to act the fool during a swimming event at the Commonwealth Games being held in Glasgow, Scotland.
Harry flashed two thumbs up as members of New Zealand's Commonwealth Games contingent were posing for a picture.
Trevor Shailer, who is seated in the middle between New Zealand rugby sevens coach Sir Gordon Tietjens (left) and Massey University Professor Emeritus Gary Hermansson, quickly posted it to his Facebook page before the photo went viral and caused a buzz online.
Last Thursday, Harry's nan, the Queen of England, found herself the toast of social media when Australian hockey player Jayde Taylor posted a selfie which the monarch had bombed.
We just want to know, who did it best?
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