The Queen Decided To Photobomb A Bloke At A Racecourse
Wow, photobombing is great, isn't it? You see someone taking a picture and think 'fucking hell know what I'm going to do here? I'm going to run up behind them and get into the background and they won't even notice' - what laughs, what fun we have.
There's been some good ones recently. Saracen's star Petrus du Plessis proudly posted a photo of his wife, ahead of her taking part in the London Marathon over the weekend.
However, before uploading it seems that Petrus failed to have noticed the top bit of photo-bombing from his four-legged friend in the background.
In the snap, which was uploaded to Twitter, Petrus' wife Lisa can been seen beaming at the camera, dressed in her running gear. He wrote: Off to the #LondonMarathon today! Good luck to everyone running it! Rather you than me!! She is ready!"
Sadly for him, he failed to spot the little Jack Russell photobombing by taking a shit in the background.
Good banter, but not royal banter. Not banter from Britain's longest reigning monarch.
See, she might be 91-years-old but it seems the Queen is still onto photobombing too, after she gave a wry smile in the back of a race fan's selfie - after he was too polite to ask her for a picture.
Allan Banford, 32, couldn't believe it when he spotted Liz flashing a smile behind him at Newbury Racecourse.
The artist was at the Spring Trials fixture strolled into the paddock, as he couldn't face asking her for a picture he claims he was trying to 'snap some of the horses' instead.
Allan said: "It was a total accident on my part but you can clearly see that she knows what is happening.
"When I saw the picture I thought she looked so happy.
"I took so many photos but I never thought I would get a picture with the Queen.
"We didn't even know she was going to be there."
The snap was taken minutes after the Queen's own horse Call To Mind won her around £5,175 at the Berkshire race day.
Allan, from Stanstead St Margarets, Herts, is an award-winning fine artist who once painted a picture called Challenger for the Queen, so you thought he could have just asked.
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