Unlike her grandson, Queen Elizabeth II is wearing extra clothes following a day of sporting activity.
Britain's top royal, the hood of her coat turned up, was photographed behind the wheel of—what else—a Range Rover after shooting grouse at Balmoral, the scandal-tinged family's estate in Scotland.
While it would be perfectly understandable if the queen wanted to duck the cameras for a particular reason (embarrassment, rage, etc.), we're going to assume the 86-year-old matriarch was just protecting her head from the drizzly summer weather.
Frankly, Harry should be glad that grouse is all his grandmother is gunning for.
The 27-year-old royal reunited with the queen and other family members last week at Balmoral after what the palace's spokesman politely referred to as the prince's "private holiday" in the U.S. (You know, the one financed in part by commoners?)
Harry is scheduled to appear, fully clothed, at the WellChild Awards ceremony in London next Monday, his first public outing since his private-for-a-few-hours romp went viral.