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Prince Harry's No Selfie Rule Goes Out the Window for Beautiful Woman

By    |   Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 02:01 PM

Prince Harry appeared to break his no selfie rule when he snapped a picture with a performer during a parade on Tuesday.

According to Hello Magazine, The Prince of Wales originally imposed his rule against selfie photos during his time in Australia and New Zealand.

"No, I hate selfies. Seriously, you need to get out of it [the habit], I know you're young, selfies are bad," he reportedly told a young fan he encountered at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra this past April. "Just take a normal photograph!"

The prince apparently couldn't resist a request he got Tuesday, however, from a beautiful woman who appeared to be part of a group of dancers. The 30-year-old prince was seen posing with her as she held up a large white smartphone and snapped away.

The parade itself honored the Gurkhas, Nepalese soldiers, who've served for 200 years with the British Army.

"The Brigade of Gurkhas is more than just a fighting force, it is also — in every sense of the word — a family," said Prince Charles, patron of the Gurkha Welfare Trust. "As with every family, they have lifetime responsibilities to one another and especially in times of great need. As part of the wider Gurkha community, we share in these responsibilities and I am constantly humbled by your ongoing support."

It should be noted that Prince Harry broke his rule in one previous instance, when he met 14-year-old Finlay Martin in New Zealand.

"He said he didn't do selfies but he would do this one but not look at the camera," she told reporters after their encounter. "I was actually more excited than I thought I would be."

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