Yesterday Royal Ascot kicked off a week full of horse races, hat judging and royal sightings. The Queen, a big racing fan, was joined by the King and Queen of the Netherlands, as well as her own family members, in the royal enclosure.
Mike Tindall, who is married to Her Majesty's oldest granddaugher, Zara, found the perfect audience for a magic trick he was clearly looking to show off. The former rugby player has broken his nose more than eight times, and finally got it fixed last year.
ITV Sports caught Mike taking off his hat for the Queen, only to reveal that an even smaller one was hidden inside. Trickery!
At first the Queen wasn't really sure what she was looking at, but the Countess of Wessex and Princess Eugenie started laughing, which really loosened things up (thank God and all of his racing horses).
Zara and Mike are very close with their aunts, uncles and cousins, especially William and Harry. It was Zara's older brother, Peter, who consoled the boys the day Diana died.
The Tindalls have two girls, Mia and Lena, who are around the same age as Will and Kate's kids. Mia famously held the Queen's Launer purse in a 90th birthday portrait shot by Annie Leibovitz.
"She was being a bit naughty," Mike told Good Morning Britain at the time. "The Queen got it quite right when she told her, 'Just hold the handbag now,' and she did that. It ended up being a great photo of her."
The number of royal family members at Ascot will dwindle as the week goes on, but here's hoping that Harry will top Mike's...er...top hat trick.