Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, recently shared a selfie of himself with Morocco's King Mohammed VI and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman ... as they were casually hanging out in Paris. 

The photo - which was shared via a tweet after midnight on Tuesday - was accompanied with a caption that reads:

"No comment."

The caption itself garnered more attention than the actual photo, with many users suggesting it to be very fitting, considering Hariri's shock resignation from Riyadh in November. 

The selfie was reported to have been taken in King George V Hotel in Paris, according to Al Jazeera.

It has been shared over 9,000 times at the time of writing. 

"No comment"

People nodded in agreement with Hariri's caption

Valid questions were raised

"Did he not allow you to write a comment, too?"

More like "no caption needed"?

Stockholm Syndrome: "Feelings of affection felt by a victim towards a captor in hostage-taking situations"

One word: AWKWARD

Chillin' be like

"Is this real life?"

"Mean Girls selfie?"

"The good, the bad and the ugly"

Prince Mohammed is currently in Paris as part of an official visit to France.

On Monday, France expressed interest in helping the kingdom set up a national orchestra and opera, according to The National.

"Today an agreement was signed with the Paris Opera to help Saudi Arabia set up a national orchestra and an opera," said French Culture Minister, Francoise Nyssen.

Not the first time MBS and Hariri take a selfie

In March, the Lebanese prime minister also shared a photo of himself with Saudi's crown prince alongside Prince Khaled bin Salman, the Saudi ambassador to the U.S..