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The royal family attends a reception to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace on March 5, 2019, in London, England. Getty Images/Dominic Lipinski-WPA Pool

Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, Prince William, Prince Harry and the other members of the royal family are not allowed to take selfies, but this doesn’t mean that other people can’t take a photo with them.

Hello! magazine recently compiled a series of photos of the members of the royal family with royal fans during their public outings. In the first picture, Prince William posed for a photograph with a female fan after saying that he rarely stops to take selfies with them.

But on Christmas Day in 2014, the dad of three happily obliged to take a photo with Madison Lambe. The teenager said that she was surprised Prince William stopped to take a picture with her.

A 10-year-old royal fan also managed to take a photo with Prince Harry and Markle after he told them that he already has a picture with Prince William. During one of the royal couple’s outings, Max Henry even brought his album filled with his photos with the members of the royal family.

Upon seeing the collection, Prince Harry appeared to have been pleased with the young boy’s efforts that he posed with him.

In 2014, Middleton went to New Zealand for her royal tour. While there, an unnamed teenage boy stretched out his arms to take a selfie with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Camilla Parker Bowles also posed for a happy selfie with one royal fan during her trip to Brockenhurst. When she visited the Sandringham Flower Show in 2017, the Duchess of Cornwall once again obliged to take photos with royal fans.

Prince Charles also smiled for the camera when a female royal fan stretched out her arm to take a photo with him. At that time, the future King was visiting the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate.

And there was also one instance wherein a young boy snapped a selfie with Queen Elizabeth II while she was visiting St. George’s indoor market in Belfast in 2014.