Prince Harry in America, Brits on the BAFTA red carpet and more: take a look at our round-up of this week's funniest photos...
David Beckham laughs all the way to the bank.
Don't you just hate it when your pants are suddenly showing, but your hands are stuck in gym rings?!
And this, your highness, is what we call "a computer".
Guess who this is? Answer on the next slide...
That's right! It's Julie Walters. Obviously. (On the set of the new Harry Hill film.)
Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne do what they do best. <s>Sing</s> <s>model</s> pull silly faces.
Nigel Farage grins and bears it in Edinburgh.
Audrey Tatou launches her new chat show in Cannes.
Prince Harry learns the meaning of the word 'shortstop'.
This? This is a potoo. See <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/05/17/potoo-bird-funny-pictures_n_3291451.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-comedy" target="_blank">more adorable pictures here</a>.
There's living near an airport. And there's living near Princess Juliana airport on the island of Saint Martin.
Annoyed by Olivia Colman's BAFTA success, the Daleks plan their attack - one photobomb at a time.
Stuck in yet another important meeting, Angela Merkel realises that she's left the iron on.
Heartwarming picture of the week? A puffin being rescued. That is all.
Because nothing is funnier than Gideon Osborne in high-vis overalls.
Obama looks for the deployment of the 'I'm With Stupid' sign.
Our new favourite sport? Royal arm-wrestling (Her Majesty is the reigning champion!)
We're not saying that Pudsey tries to <s>dog</s> hog the limelight, but...
...we really do think that fame has changed him.
No, it's not as rude as it looks. It's the <a href="http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22529516" target="_blank">Vienna Vegetable Orchestra</a>.
In the words of FR David: words don't come easy. Not when you're trying to describe the new cover of Hello! magazine.
Matt Smith - not just a timelord but also a master of disguise.
Dog photobomb, anyone?
"And what do YOU do?"
Theresa May - a Margaret Thatcher for <em>nos jours</em>.
Richard Branson: nice legs, shame about the face.
President Obama flashes David Cameron his most patronising smile. And we love him for it.
Now, we're no body language experts, but: we think it's love.
We suspect Julianne Moore thought that nobody would spot her foot faux pas. Unfortunately, she was wrong.
Likewise, we're sure Miley Cyrus thought her face looked perfect it that dimly lit hotel room of hers.
Prince Harry takes in the burgeoning American sport of 'girl-tossing'...
...before taking part in a little 'Cameron-humouring'.
Nigel Farage's reception in Scotland finally hits him. Literally.
Give us a twirl...wind!
Not Shaun Derry's best look. Although it IS strangely graceful.
Germany: steering Europe in the right direction. Sometimes literally.
David Cameron finally spots Obama's 'I'm With Stupid' sign.