Prince William

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When you see someone pulling off yoga moves better than yours while wearing denim, maybe it's time to up your game. 

During the Audi Polo Challenge charity event at Coworth Polo Club in Berkshire, Prince William was spotted in the middle of the field busting out some seriously on point yoga moves. And in white jeans! If anyone can pull off downward dog in denim, it's Prince William.

Prince William

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The Prince can be seen laughing and smiling as he stretches himself into several poses, like the triangle, but it's the cat pose (above) that we really want to talk about. Let this image of a member of the royal family in his crisp summer outfit stretching himself like a cat be burned into your memory forever.

Now that we've seen these images, we have some questions for you, Duke of Cambridge:

Prince William

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1. Is this how you always stretch before a polo match?
2. Did you start stretching and get distracted into doing yoga moves?
3. What's your favorite yoga pose?
4. Do you always do yoga in jeans?
5. Or does it have to be white jeans?
6. Was there chaffing involved? There had to be chaffing involved.
7. Why didn't Prince Harry join you?
8. Was he embarrassed by your impromptu yoga session?
9. How did you manage to not rip your jeans while doing the triangle pose?
10. Who's your teacher?
11. Do you watch yoga videos on YouTube for inspiration?
12. Do you know how bad you're making us look by performing stellar yoga moves in jeans while we struggle in appropriate workout attire?
13. Who do you think you are in those white jeans?!
14. Are you more or less flexible than your wife, Kate?
15. Next time, can you please talk your brother into doing it, as well?

All jokes aside, the brothers have done some seriously amazing charity work through playing polo. According to Kensington Palace's official Twitter account, Prince William and Prince Harry will compete in several charity polo matches over the coming months. Since 2007, the brothers have raised over $13.5 million playing the sport, and will surpass the $14 million mark before the summer is over. This weekend they'll be playing for 4 different charities: Sentebale, Tusk, The Royal Marsden and WellChild.

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