The royals of both Dubai and the UK have been spotted brushing shoulders at the Royal Ascot horse race.
Dubai's Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid and his son Crown Prince Hamdan, have already been winning big at Britain's most valuable horse racing event, which started Tuesday and continues through Saturday.
The Godolphin team, owned by the Dubai royals, won two races on the opening day.
The UK's Prince Charles gave Dubai's Prince Hamdan a trophy
The crown prince accepted the prize after Godolphin's Barney Roy gained a first G1 success in the St James’s Palace Stakes.
And Prince Hamdan shared a photo of himself with the winning horse
Sheikh Mohammed's daughter Sheikha Al Jalila accepted the second trophy
Sheikha Al Jalila's mother, Princess Haya, the wife of Sheikh Mohammed, stood behind her daughter as she accepted the prize.
Dubai's royals wore their finest for the race
Of course, this isn't the first time Dubai's royals and the UK's royals spend time together
Sheikh Mohammed and Prince Hamdan are regularly in the UK for horse racing events.