Prince Harry rocks a pair of Aussie budgie smugglers ... incorrectly
That's not how you wear them, Harry...
In case you haven’t heard, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been going around Australia over the past week and capturing everyone’s hearts by being their usual super-likable selves.
After spending a bit of time with some koalas at the zoo and a quick visit to the Royal Flying Doctor Base in Dubbo, Harry is back in Sydney to kick off the fourth edition of the Invictus Games, a parasport event he created back in 2014 for wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans.
For the games’ official first day of competition, Harry was at the event to present medals to the winning athletes of the cycling events.
A couple of Aussie athletes thought it was the perfect time to ask for an autograph but since they didn’t have a photo, they decided to use a pair of special Invictus budgie smugglers instead (via abc.com.au).
While Harry didn’t sign them because “he wasn’t allowed to”, he did have a chat with the blokes since that’s the least he can do after declining to sign their tiny green and gold smugglers.
But that wasn’t it for Prince Harry and excessively small swimwear.
Later on, he was gifted a special pair of budgie smugglers. Instead of signing (or not signing) them, he decided to do a Superman and wear them over his pants. Wearing budgie smugglers usually automatically downgrades your cool factor a couple of notches, but Harry gets a pass here.
He's just a delight, isn't he?
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