This photo amuses us, and it only emphasizes how this world can sometimes be unfair, and how not everyone has the same opportunities in life. let alone the same amount of money.
So, prince Harry can afford to have a polo manager who cleans his glasses whenever needed, but he can’t afford to buy a simple roll-on deodorant? Unfair we tell you. We have never forgotten to buy deodorant. Never.
Tell Me What You Want, What You Really Really Want
The late 1990s were Girl Power days with the Spice Girls telling everyone what they want. Even King Charles was up to date with the mainstream music of the time and showed up to the Spice World premiere where he received no less than the royal treatment.
Charles does look slightly uncomfortable with what appears in front of him, he didn't rush off to find his seat or mingle with another crowd so we assume, something attracted him after all.
Human After All
If you followed the Netflix masterpiece "The Crown", King Charles's childhood traumas did not go unnoticed by the viewers, explaining the character he has grown to be. Charles was never one to express emotion in public, just like his parents and grandparents.
Monarchy has adapted itself to the 21st century, making it impossible for future kings and queens to be as distant as one would think they should. We can see in this photo, real laughter, sourced from real emotion. Not sure Charles is quite ready for this though.
Trans-Atlantic flights have never been an easy thing, especially when traveling with kids. On one of the royal family's trips to Canada, Prince George was caught red-handed, squashing his precious face onto the plane's window.
Prince George has become a journalist favorite as he can almost always guarantee to provide an unexpected, funny, and nonroyal photograph.
The Bored Prince
Who thought that being the next in line to the thrown could be so boring? Here we can see a very tired (or unenthused) Prince William having to endure the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in Westminster Abbey.
He was only three years old at the time and had no problem conveying his boredom next to his cousin, Laura Fellowes, who is three years older than him. One thing's for sure - the Duke of Cambridge's life has only gotten more interesting with every passing year since then. Instead, his yawns come primarily from the lack of hours from raising his beautiful children with Kate.