It's not very often that we see the royals getting hugged by fans, but that's exactly what happened when Prince Harry attended a charity screening of Zulu in London. While Prince Harry greeted members of the public, a woman leaned in to hug him, and he laughed as onlookers snapped pictures. His was one of several appearances made by the British royal family over the past few days, as both Kate Middleton and Prince William also made individual appearances in London. See all that and more with the week's best pictures from across the globe!
Kate Middleton posed beside the America's Cup in London.
People gathered in Troutdale, OR, to honor the victim of a shooting at Reynolds High School.
As a UN special envoy, Angelina Jolie  embraced Esther Ruth of Uganda during the End Sexual Violence in Conflict summit in London.
Russia's Maria Sharapova posed for pictures in front of the Eiffel Tower after winning in the women's singles final match at the French Open.
Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Christopher O'Neill were all smiles after the baptism of their daughter, Princess Leonore.
On a Roll
Wearing colorful bodysuits, women roller-skated their way through the LA Pride parade.
Laughing It Off
President Barack Obama laughed with University of Connecticut basketball player Stefanie Dolson after she slipped off the risers at the White House.
A woman stopped to smell the roses in London's Hyde Park.
Hillary Clinton smiled while signing copies of her new book, Hard Choices, in NYC.
Fans went wild while watching the first game of the World Cup at a bar in NYC.
A woman hugged Prince Harry when he attended a screening in London.
Hundreds of taxi drivers gathered in Berlin, Germany, to protest ride-sharing apps.
On the Road
In Padang, Indonesia, cyclists rode along for the 2014 Tour de Singkarak.
Princess Letizia of Spain, the country's soon-to-be queen, attended a dinner in honor of the Mexican president and his wife.
Prince William smiled while sitting at the Household Division's Beating Retreat on Horse Guards Parade in London.
First Lady Michelle Obama held up two peace signs during an event at the White House, where students joined her to eat a meal made from crops in the White House Kitchen Garden.