Please Enjoy This Photo Of Two Princes Casually Watching The World Cup
Prepare to swoon.
Hold onto your hats guys and gals 'cause there's a new royal heartthrob in town, and no, it's not another of Prince William and Harry's hot cousins.
Say a big hello to Crown Prince Hussein -- that's Al Hussein bin Abdullah II to us regular folk -- the 23-year-old heir to the Jordanian throne.
The young royal -- who boasts about 1.5 million followers on Instagram, so get in line people -- sat down with our other fave prince, dear William, to watch a FIFA World Cup match on Sunday.
The Duke of Cambridge is in Jordan as part of his five-day tour of the Middle East. After landing in the country's capital Amman on June 24, Wills and his new pal Hussein got down to official business.
The handsome pair of princes -- okay, we admit we're swooning right now -- toured a lab, met young scientists and later refugees and political leaders.
The Duke's packed schedule meant that he couldn't catch his beloved England play Panama in the World Cup so his host Hussein offered him the next best thing -- a private viewing in his luxe man-cave that same evening.
It's reported that Will refused to hear word of the score throughout the day so he could watch the match as though it were live and oh goodness, it's all a bit adorable really.
After dinner the football-mad young men retired to Hussein's 'man cave' at the Beit Al Urdun Palace to bro-out and watch a rerun of the game. Happily, Will's team were victorious with a six-to-one win over Panama.
Thank goodness the English team weren't playing Jordan as we reckon that would've been a tense watch. Rest easy though, as Hussein's team had already been knocked out of the competition -- by Australia no less.
The next day the princes were up bright and early to tour the ruins of Jerash, an ancient Roman city, where Will met with Syrian refugees.
The English prince took time out of the June 25 tour to admire an old family photo of his wife Kate -- pictured with her father, Michael, and sister, Pippa -- which was taken when the Middletons visited Jerash in the 1980s.
Will even snapped a pic in the very same spot. So sweet.
The next stop on the Duke's Middle Eastern tour was Israel, which is kind of a big deal for the British royals. When the 36-year-old stepped off the plane in Tel Aviv on June 26 he became the very first senior member of the royal family to visit the turbulent region.
Feature image: Getty.