Prince William made royal fans laugh when he revealed he is allergic to one universal thing.
Kate Middleton’s husband shared his secret allergy with his Scandinavian fans during his royal tour of Norway and Sweden.
During a walk around a snow-covered park in Oslo with Norway’s Queen Sonja, Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Mette-Marit and their daughter Princess Ingrid Alexandra, the 33 year old heir to the throne was asked to take a selfie picture.
“I’m allergic to selfies,” he told royal follower Kristen.
The gentleman royal didn’t want to let his fan down, and suggested they pose for a traditional photo instead.
“I’m just so excited, this is amazing. I’ve been waiting here for hours and didn’t think he would stop, I’m so glad he posed for a picture,” Kirsten revealed.
Prince steps out with a shaved head in 2018 for a visit to a Children’s Hospital in London [Getty]
Prince Harry has also moaned about our selfie culture in the past, and said people need to “get out” of the habit.
Asked if he enjoyed taking pictures with fans, he said: “I hate selfies.
“Seriously, you need to get out of it (the habit).”
“I know you’re young, selfies are bad. Just take a normal photograph!”
What’s more, the Queen has shared her opinion of the craze for photos, and told US Ambassador Matthew Barzun that the monarch finds it uncomfortable walking past a crowd of people with their phones sticking up in the air.
He told Tatler: “She was essentially saying: ‘I miss eye contact’.”