Well, it’s finally official – the selfie is most definitely NOT fit for a (future, potentially) King. Well, not if Prince Harry ever gets his mitts on the throne that is.
The 30 year old had arrived in Oz for a month-long exchange program with the australian Defence Force, and was quick to shun the girl’s request for a snapshot with royalty when he visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Heard in the footage, Harry jokes: “I hate selfies, seriously, you need to get out of it.
“I know you are young, selfies are bad.
“Just take a normal photograph.”
HOW IS SHE SUPPOSED TO BE IN THE BLEEDIN’ PICTURE WITH YOU IF SHE TAKES A NORMAL PHOTOGRAPH, EH HAZZA?!
We guess we should return that selfie stick we bought him for his birthday then…
The Prince then proved once again that he actually has a pretty good sense of humour despite being quite important as he ran over to speak to two red-haired kids who he spotted holding up a sign that read: “Red Heads Rule” after he’d scolded the selfie fans.
All in a day’s work, yeah?
And pretty high spirits considering he was most probably seriously jet-lagged after arriving Down Under in the early hours yesterday morning, quickly fitting in a visit to the Memorial before flying to Darwin to begin military duty.
Around about a thousand fans were thought to have shown up to give Harry a very royal welcome.
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