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Prince of photobombs! Harry puts his best face forward in Audi Polo pic

Prince Harry is so many things: dreamboat, Invictus Games co-founder, literal prince.

But did you know he’s also an expert photobomber?

When you're trying to have a serious convo but your agent and Prince Harry aren't serious at all 😂 #photobomb

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Model Winnie Harlow posted this gem, which was snapped at the Audi Polo Challenge in London, to Instagram on Saturday. As a former "America's Next Top Model" contestant, Harlow knows how to spot an outstanding photo — and when she noticed the royal casually upstaging her in this candid, she wasted no time in sharing it with the world.

Harry, what other talents are you hiding?

Harlow then gave us another view, which showed Harry (and his brother Prince William, behind him) deep in conversation.

Canadian girl on British territory (how did this photog get Prince Will & Harry in this shot!? Very cool 👌🏾🇬🇧)

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Probably discussing international policy. Or sports. Or photobomb tips.

Both princes took to the field for the polo event, which will raise money for four royal charities: Tusk, Sentebale, The Royal Marsden and WellChild.

But we maintain that the real win was that photobomb! Despite his international role model status, Prince Harry knew he could get away with a little fun. After all, he's pulled this stunt before, at 2014's Glasgow Commonwealth Games:

(Definite improvement in creativity since then. We love a man.)

And even his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, isn't above a little photobomb action.

Aaaahhh the Queen photo-bombed our selfie @chookieperis3 #royalty #queenie 👑#onceinalifetime @auscomgames

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Classic. Perfect. Classically perfect. Perfectly classic.

Royals, we know you've got a lot of important causes on your plate, but we hope you'll please consider hosting a photobombing workshop. After all, a little laughter is definitely in the service of all mankind.