He is part of one of the lesser known royal families in the world, but Norway’s Prince Sverre Magnus (pictured above) became an overnight sensation after making a public appearance for his grandparents’ birthdays last month.
The 11-year-old is the younger child of Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, who will one day be king and queen.
He joined his parents and his sister – along with extended family – on the balcony of the Royal Palace in the Norwegian capital of Oslo for King Harald V and Queen Sonja’s 80th birthday celebrations.
While most of the royals followed protocol and waved politely to the crowds gathered in the square below, Prince Sverre Magnus took a different approach and used the opportunity to ‘dab’.
Dabbing has taken kids across the world by storm and it seems, despite his position, His Royal Highness is no different.
The dance move involves dropping your face into the crook of your arm and pointing and has been made popular by some soccer stars using it as a celebration when they score a goal.
Before he dabbed for the world to see, the young prince was also spotted making faces at the camera.
We bet his parents were none too pleased when they saw the newspapers the following day!