The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by Prince Harry when they attended the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Monday. The group sat in the stands to watch a gymnastics tournament, echoing back to the time that the royal family were familiar faces in the stands at the London 2012 Olympics. But Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Harry are hardly the first royals to visit the Commonwealth Games this year. Queen Elizabeth II took part in a now infamous photobomb last Thursday when she attended. There were no reports of Kate, Wills, or Harry photobombing members of the public during their stop, although William and Harry did get in on the selfie craze earlier this month when they took their first ever selfie in Buckingham Palace. Kate, we're still waiting for your selfie!
The group will soon be together again next week to continue with their royal work. On Monday, they will travel to Belgium for a short trip to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I. Kate and William will be received by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde during their visit, and all of them will make memorial stops to honour those who lost their lives. On Tuesday, the group will be back in London to oversee a poppy installation at the Tower of London's moat for another memorial to World War I.