Halle Berry just trolled Prince Harry for having her poster on his wall

And it’s hilarious.

Halle Berry, Ponytail
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And it’s hilarious.

Prince Harry is the people’s prince and one of the world’s most popular royals.

Whether it’s spearheading the Invictus Games or having his popcorn stolen by little girls, he is never without the public’s love, support and respect.

It’s strange to think therefore that he wasn't always the well-rounded prince he is today, instead he was once that naughty boy at Eton who was always getting into trouble.

But we were reminded of it this week as throwback photos of the royal during his school days went viral, with one in particular, of the teenage harry posing in his Eton bedroom spreading around the internet.

But it wasn’t the photo of the prince that led to the unprecedented reaction, but instead what the prince kept in his room - a framed photo of his mother, some very 90s speakers, and a poster of Halle Berry.

Yes, Prince Harry had a poster of Halle Berry on his wall, and it sent the internet into meltdown.

There was one person in particular who was not prepared to let it go, and unsurprisingly, it was Halle Berry herself.

Taking to her Twitter account, Halle shared the image, captioning the post, ‘Ok Prince Harry, I see you’, followed by the cry laugh emoji.

The 52-year-old even went on to tag Missy Elliott in the post, referencing her well-known lyrics ‘Don’t I look like a Halle Berry poster?’

Halle’s Twitter followers were thrilled with the update, taking to social media in force to praise the Academy Award winning actress.

‘You know you made it when the prince has your poster hanging up,’ tweeted one follower, while another posted: ‘Girl you could have been Princess of England if you had contacted Harry sooner’.

Princess Halle - it has a nice ring to it!

Jenny Proudfoot
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