One's royal selfie with Princes Harry and William at Buckingham Palace
While they're usually photobombed by fans on royal tours, the royal pair looked like old selfie pros as they tweeted during the royal family's first ever Google hangout.
The young royals dished out entrepreneurial advice and took time to pose for a photo with young businessman Jamal Edwards.
They launched the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme, an award which recognises the achievements of young leaders in all 53 Commonwealth countries, at Buckingham Palace yesterday.
And the the Princes launched the search for nominees using the hashtag #TheSearchIsOn,.
The picture was taken using a "Twitter mirror" - a two-way mirror with a tablet computer behind it, which was first seen at the Oscars.
The trio rejected the first three pictures before Prince Harry said: "We should go close up."
The Duke of Cambridge dished out advice to the aspiring entrepreneurs, saying: "Always believe in yourself and don't give up on your quest."
"Don't give up, and if it's a lack of confidence and belief then team up - there are people out there who share your passion," his brother echoed.