Prince Andrew took the first publicly shared royal selfie, but now his nephews are catching up.
And Will and Harry look more natural at the art.
Prince William and Prince Harry took part in a Google Hangout yesterday, appearing live via webcam from Buckingham Palace and chatting to five young leaders in Commonwealth countries around the world.
In the course of proceedings, they took this selfie picture of themselves together with young entrepreneur Jamal Edwards.
The event was part of the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme, an award which recognises the achievements of young leaders in all 53 Commonwealth countries.
According to a report in The Telegraph, Rob Forkan, 26, who lost his parents in the Asian tsunami of 2006, was told by William at an event later, "He said he lost his mum at 15 but there was always a silver lining and you should dust yourself off and carry on...He's got his own family now - that was his silver lining."