Mike Tindall, the man married to Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Phillips, will be showing off his new look at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming royal wedding.
The former rugby player has fixed his famously crooked nose, which was broken several times during his sporting career.
After years of struggling to breathe properly, Mike admitted that it was time for him to have corrective surgery a few years ago.
'I don’t really want to get it fixed, but it looks like I might have to because I can’t actually breathe very well,' he told an interviewer in 2015. 'I guess it’s something similar to a pug.'
The former rugby World Cup winner, 39, first broke his nose at just 5 years old and went on to suffer three more breaks during his rugby career, which ended in 2014. Before his recent surgery, his nose sat at a 45-degree angle, and both of his nostrils were collapsed, meaning he could only breathe out of his mouth.
Mike and Zara, who wed in 2011, are preparing for the birth of their second chid.
The couple are already parents to Mia Grace Tindall, 4.