Prince William and Jordan’s Crown Prince Are Bros Now

Britain's Prince William (L) and Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah (R) visit the Jerash archaeological site, some 50 kilometers north of the Jordanian capital Amman, on June 25, 2018. - The 36-year-old Duke of Cambridge arrived in Jordan on Sunday at the start of a Middle East tour that will see him become the first British royal to pay official visits to both Israel and the Palestinian territories.
Prince William and Jordanian Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah visit Jerash. Ahmad Abdo/Getty Images

Prince Harry better watch out, because Prince William has a new bro.

Over the weekend, Prince William was *spotted* on Instagram spending quality time with the Crown Prince of Jordan, Al Hussein bin Abdullah II. The new pals were photographed watching England play Panama during the World Cup at the Crown Prince of Jordan’s super swanky bachelor pad in the family’s private Beit Al Urdun Palace in Amman, the capital of Jordan. The Crown Prince shared the images to his own Instagram account, which boasts a lowkey 1.5 million followers.

This moment of dudeplomacy took place on the first day of Prince William’s five-day visit to the Middle East.

Prince William was traveling throughout the beginning of the game and reportedly begged the photographers capturing his visit to keep the score secret, saying, “On pain of death, please don’t tell me the score.” The CP proved his loyalty to Wills by recording the game so the two could watch together like friends when he arrived.

The 23-year-old Crown Prince is next in line to the Jordanian throne. He officially became Crown Prince in 2009, when he was only 15. Since then, he’s graduated from the British military academy Sandhurst and Georgetown University, where his sister, Princess Iman bint Abdullah of Jordan, is currently enrolled. His mother is Queen Rania of Jordan, who has a whopping 4.3 million Instagram followers.

AMMAN, JORDAN - JUNE 25: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan visit the Jerash archaeological site on June 25, 2018 in Amman, Jordan.
Prince William brought his best eyewear for the occasion. Ian Vogler/Getty Images

After Prince William and the Crown Prince of Jordan’s relaxing night on the couch, they visited the historic attraction Jerash, a first-century Roman city. Prince William donned his best shades for their sightseeing journey. Hopefully, this creates a lifetime of friendship. Now that he’s a father of three, Prince William deserves some downtime. Prince William and Jordan’s Crown Prince Are Bros Now