Prince William made a schoolboy's day when he stopped to pose for a selfie.
The second-in-line to the throne, 31, was visiting Goole High School in East Yorkshire on Wednesday when a young rascal saw the opportunity to whip out his phone.
Flanked by his close friend, student Jack Raspin struck a pose and caught the Duke of Cambridge walking towards the pair in the background. "Cheeky photo by Prince William," Jack captioned the amusing shot on Twitter.
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"Cheeky photo by Prince William," tweeted Jack Raspin
The British royal had arrived at the school by car as the pouring rain had prevented his helicopter from landing on site. He was immediately greeted by crowds of pupils who had lined up and waved Union Flags.
The rain didn't stop other wellwishers waiting outside the school's gates under umbrellas, in the hope of catching a glimpse of the future King.
Prince william during a video skills session at Bradford Foyer
As patron of the charity SkillForce, William was making the visit up north to launch the SkillForce Junior Prince's Award. The charity draws on the values and abilities of ex-Forces personnel to inspire young people to achieve at school.
During his visit, the Duke presented the awards programme by unveiling a special plaque. The scheme is aimed at nine and ten-year-olds and will involve them participating in outdoor pursuits, first aid and community projects, team building and problem-solving challenges and other activities.
The Duke of Cambridge is shown how to operate a video camera during a video skills session at Centrpoint
The Prince was given a glimpse of the kind of obstacles the youngsters would face, as they took part in a practical challenge in the school playground inspired by the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Students were tasked with working as a team and using apparatus to build a bridge for them to cross a barrier.
After his visit, the Duke hopped into his helicopter to fly to nearby Bradford where he visited youth homeless charity Centrepoint, of which he is a patron. William heard about the organisation's recent efforts and met young people involved in a "Workwise session," an employability training workshop designed to get locals into work.