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From Kate to the Queen: The Best Royal Selfies

Jul 10 2014 - 12:00pm

By now, we're all pretty much used to celebrities taking selfies [1], but catching a member of the UK's royal family snapping a self-taken photo (or — as is more often the case — getting caught in one by a fan) can still make headlines. Earlier this week, Prince William and Prince Harry became the highest-ranking royals to take a selfie [2]. However, there are plenty of royal fans who have gotten that sought-after selfie with Kate Middleton, Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, and other royals. Keep reading to see the best snaps of the royals from all over the world.

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Source: Getty / Peter Macdiarmid [6], Instagram user isellcarsmofo [7], Twitter user Quifhair [8]

One lucky boy got a great selfie with Kate Middleton when she visited Christchurch, New Zealand, in April 2014.

Source: Twitter user Quifhair [9]

Prince Harry and Prince William took their first selfie when they launched a search for charitable young people for the Queen's Young Leaders Awards.

Source: Twitter user QueensLeaders [10]

Prince Andrew took the first-ever royal selfie [11] in April 2014 during a press conference in London.

Source: Twitter user TheDukeOfYork [12]

A boy in Belfast, Northern Ireland, boldly snapped a selfie with Queen Elizabeth II when she visited his town in June 2014.

In May 2014, Prince Harry paused to take a selfie with a young woman in Estonia.

A schoolboy in East Riding of Yorkshire, England, snapped what he called a "cheeky" photo of Prince William when the royal visited his school in June 2014.

Source: Twitter user RaspinJack [13]

A young woman in Sydney, Australia, snapped a picture with Kate when she visited the country in April 2014.

Source: Instagram user 56freckles [14]

A man in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, got a funny snap with Prince Charles when he visited in May 2014.

Source: Instagram user isellcarsmofo [15]

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