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Prince William Had the Best Facial Expressions at the Queen's Birthday Rehearsal
So relatable.
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Prince William has always been one of the most relatable members of the British Royal Family. Which is why his facial expressions at rehearsals for the Queen's birthday celebrations were quite so hilarious.

As Colonel of the Irish Guards, Prince William took part in the special rehearsal for the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, and throughout the day, he had all of the feels. You'll most definitely relate to some of these.

FROM TRYING TO ITCH YOUR FACE WITHOUT USING YOUR HANDS.


TO THROWING MAJOR SHADE.


TO THAT MOMENT WHEN YOUR HAT SLIPS DOWN OVER YOUR EYES, AND YOU CAN'T SEE ANYTHING ANYMORE, BUT YOU STILL HAVE TO RIDE A HORSE.


TO WONDERING WHEN YOU CAN FINALLY GO HOME, TAKE OFF YOUR UNIFORM, AND CHILL.


As always, Prince William does his royal duties with aplomb, and his expressions are all of us after a hard day at the office.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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