Sheikh Mohammed trying a wrestling move.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has been sharing the whereabouts of the royal family’s vacation.
The family is reportedly on a hunting trip to Yorkshire, in England. The Dubai Crown Prince published a series of photographs on his Instagram stories on Thursday spending light moments.
But one particular photo grabbed the attention of netizens. The rare photo shows His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, trying a wrestling move on a fellow camper as Uncle Saaed looks on.
Sheikh Mohammed, smiling, grabs the man and performs what appears to look like a rare choke.
Earlier in the week, Sheikh Hamdan shared a video of Sheikh Mohammed celebrating the victory of UAE riders in the FEI Meydan World Endurance Championship for Young Riders and Juniors held at the San Rossore racecourse in Italy.
The family is in Yorkshire, a historic county in northern England.
Sport-enthusiast and nature lover Sheikh Hamdan, who recently got married, is pretty active on social media. He shares breathtaking photographs of his whereabouts from around the world.
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The picture reveals Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid is a much-loved man and is being surrounded by children and family members.
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