Prince Harry playfully reprimands overzealous fan trying to take a selfie with two phones at once

Prince Harry playfully called out an overly excited fan waiting to take a picture with him while leaving St. Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday.

After kicking off the Invictus Games Foundation’s 10th-anniversary service inside the cathedral, the Duke of Sussex greeted several supporters waiting at the barricades.

However, one woman shoved two cell phones in his face — one near his head and one down at her side — as he made his way down the line.

Prince Harry playfully reprimanded a fan who shoved two cameras in his face. Reuters
The woman held one phone near Harry’s head and the other near her side. Reuters

“You’ve got two cameras?” the stunned prince, 39, quipped. “How did you end up with two cameras? That doesn’t even make sense!”

Although the woman tried to shove her phones toward Harry, he gently corralled her arms back behind the barrier and out of his face as he continued down the line of admirers.

While inside the event, Harry joined a congregation of around a thousand as he gave a speech honoring the international sporting event, which he started in 2014 to support wounded servicemen and women.

“How did you end up with two cameras?” he playfully asked. “That doesn’t even make sense!” Reuters
The woman still seemingly got her photo op with the former royal. Reuters

However, neither his estranged father, King Charles III, nor his brother, Prince William, showed up to support Harry — despite sources telling us he sent them invitations as an olive branch amid their rift.

Nonetheless, the duke appeared to be in great spirits.

Harry arrived back in London on Tuesday without wife Meghan Markle, 42, or their two children: Archie, 5, and Lilibet, 2.

Harry landed in London on Tuesday for the 10th anniversary of his Invictus Games Foundation. Getty Images for Invictus Games Foundation
He seemed to be in great spirits while greeting admirers outside St. Paul’s Cathedral. AP

Harry confirmed earlier this week that he would not meet up with his father, 75, during his brief trip back home.

“In response to the many inquiries and continued speculation on whether or not the duke will meet with his father while in the UK this week, it unfortunately will not be possible due to His Majesty’s full program,” a spokesperson the “Spare” author told Page Six.

“The duke of course is understanding of his father’s diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.”

Although he invited his estranged family, they did not attend the event. AFP via Getty Images
The “Spare” author will not see his father during his brief trip across the pond. Getty Images

Although Charles claimed he was too busy to see his son, insiders told us he could have “easily” made time.

We’re told Harry reached out over a month ago to try to pencil a time in with his dad, only to be turned down.

Hugo Vickers, noted royal historian and friend of the royal family, told us the king often has free time around breakfast.

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The father-son duo last saw each other in February. AFP via Getty Images
Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, also did not join him. Thomas Cordy / USA TODAY NETWORK

“The king has left the door wide open but obviously not that wide,” another royal source said of a possible reconciliation. “But they absolutely can stuff things in his diary and juggle things around.”

The redheaded royal last saw his father in February after learning the reigning monarch had been diagnosed with cancer. Their meeting only lasted 30 minutes.

Meanwhile, Harry has not spoken to William, 41, in over a year.