If you've successfully photobombed the royal family's holiday card without even meaning to, you're a goddamn hero in my book.
Apparently, that's exactly what happened in William and Kate's adorable winter greeting.
A photo on the cover of their highly-awaited holiday card shows a random dude in a colorful sequin vest standing next to the family, and we're all a little confused.
Who is this guy? What the heck is he doing? Is he a weird second uncle of some sort?
OK, OK... I might be exaggerating a little bit.
Although this guy is a rando to us, he was obviously an entertainer of some sort trying to fixate the family with his top-notch balloon-blowing skills.
The photo was taken as a candid during the royal family's trip to Canada last fall, PEOPLE reports.
Back in late September and early October, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took their precious children on a Canadian vacation where they frolicked at a garden party as part of their eight-day royal tour of the country.
They must've loved the looks on George and Charlotte's surprised faces so much they decided to use it as their holiday card -- even though the balloon artist is crashing the photo.
Regardless, the family is looking adorable as ever.
But I mean, we're not surprised -- they're perfect.
A picture of the card was released on Instagram Friday by a lucky recipient and obvious friend of William and Kate. Needless to say, it has the internet swooning.
In fact, I think this year's card is so cute it surpasses the royal family's holiday card from 2015 by a landslide.
In the photo from December 2015, the royal family is cuddled on a lawn adorned in fall leaves... but it's missing something, don't you think?
Where's the balloon man? I miss him! He's part of the family now!
Maybe he'll be a staple in upcoming holiday cards from the family, but I guess we'll have to wait until the holidays come back around in order to find out.