So, the royal prince of Denmark, Prince Frederick alongside Princess Mary (of Denmark) were attending a royal visit to Melbourne, Australia, also known as the land down under. What Prince Fredrick didn’t quite comprehend, is that the term ‘down under’ refers to the land itself.
So, does the prince have any other excuses for checking out things under the chair? Under his pants? Under his commonsense? Aren’t royals guided before making public appearances?
The Answer Is Blowing in the Wind
Now, we know that in most parts of the world, June is a relatively hot month, with nice breezes and no unexpected showers and strong winds. Honey, sorry to say but you did marry an Englishman. And wherever the Englishman goes, the weather follows. This photo was taken in June 2014, at some ceremony, and Meghan wishes it wasn't.
So, Meghan, we would suggest that whenever your visit the UK (if they invite you), remember to tie up your hair. These photos are not exactly on the flattering side.
No, not even Her Majesty could avoid the occasional mistake. The usually well-composed monarch had been captured on cameras, making funny faces, like the one pictured here.
But she was really embarrassed when a photo surfaced of her seemingly picking her nose at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. Dear queen, this act of yours didn't seem to be royal at all.
King Charles the DJ
KingCharles might want to be a DJ, as awkward as this photo is for us to look at, it must have been way more awkward for him to pose for this photo.
It's safe to say that he doesn't fit in here, not only because of his tailored suit but also his confused demeanor.
Driving Around Town
The late Queen used to like to drive around town, and back in 2017, she caused an internet storm when she was photographed driving a Jaguar home from church.
In this photo, she's driving her Range Rover at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.