The Crown Prince of Dubai has posted photos on his Instagram account of a shooting trip to Yorkshire's grouse moors.
The 35-year-old, whose full title is Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is the second son of Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Known as Fazza, he has a public Instagram account with over six million followers.
The royal this week posted pictured of himself and his father - who is also the emirate's vice-president and prime minister - on a shooting trip with several other men. The pictures did not give a location but were captioned '#Yorkshire'.
The Al Maktoum family own a grouse moor at Bollihope in County Durham's North Pennines through their company Arago Limited, and the Sheikh has his own sporting estate in the Scottish Highlands.
They also run a world-renowned racing stables, Godolphin, and regularly attend race meetings in Britain. The Crown Prince is a member of Royal Ascot and is an accomplished rider as well as a camel jockey. His other interests include diving and writing poetry.