1/ 25 The Wind Moment: A gust of wind blows Pope Francis' mantle in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican. Reuters Modi in Japanese Style: Narendra Modi enjoys a cup of green tea during a tea ceremony at the Omotesenke tea hut, one of the main schools for Japanese tea ceremony, in Tokyo. Reuters Even I Can Play Cricket: Kate Middleton trying to hit a ball as she attends a promotional event with Prince William for the Cricket World Cup in Christchurch. Reuters Kate Middleton reacts as she holds a cricket bat during a promotional event in Christchurch. Reuters Ryan Hansen (L), Kristen Bell, and Jason Dohring pose at the premiere of "Veronica Mars" in Hollywood, California. Reuters This is More Fun Than Ruling: Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush marks his 90th birthday with a tandem skydive with the All Veteran Parachute Team in Kennebunkport, Maine. Reuters Barricades are not meant for me: Rahul Gandhi crosses over a barricade after meeting villagers who were waiting to see him during a road show ahead of the 2014 general elections at Nagaon in Assam. Reuters Rahul Gandhi speaks to children during a road show ahead of the 2014 general elections at Kathpara village in Assam. Reuters Pujari Sonia: Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi perform a religious ritual before Sonia filed her nomination for the general election at Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh. Reuters Holiday 'Honemoon' Time: Kate Middleton and Prince William aboard the 'Sea Legs' craft on Auckland Harbour. Reuters It is Congested here, but Never Mind: Kate Middleton and Prince William sit in the cockpit of an Avro Anson aeroplane at the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre near Blenheim, in New Zealand. Reuters Why Can't Royals Have Fun?: Duchess and Duke of Cambridge laugh as they take a jet-boat ride on the Shotover River in Queenstown. Reuters Its Playtime: US first lady Michelle Obama has stickers put on her face by 20-month-old Lily Oppelt during a visit with children at the Fisher House at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Reuters Oops! How Will I Take This Off: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra tries to remove her flower garlands as she campaigns for her mother during an election meeting at Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh. Reuters Prince turned DJ: Prince William is shown how to play on DJ decks at the youth community centre, The Northern Sound System in Elizabeth near Adelaide. Reuters Ice cream Doesn't Ask Your Age: Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett bites into an ice cream during a trade show at the company's annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska. Reuters Britain's Prince Charles laughs during a lunch with D-Day veterans at a community centre in Ranville, France. Reuters Meeting, So Quick Nap Time: Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (L) and Sri Lanka's President Mahinda Rajapaksa attend the opening session of 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in Kathmandu. Reuters Nawaz Sharif reacts as he attends the opening session of 18th SAARC summit in Kathmandu. Reuters A woman takes a photo of Barack Obama as he shakes hands with well-wishers while departing from Martha's Vineyard at the conclusion of his vacation. Reuters Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (C) visits a Gurudwara (Sikh temple) in New Delhi. Reuters Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, stands on a supply truck during a photo opportunity at the premises of a shopping mall in Bangalore. Reuters Winking Prez: Barack Obama winks as he and his family arrive to watch the NCAA men's basketball game between Oregon State and the University of Maryland at College Park, Maryland. Reuters Its the Time to Disco: Michelle Obama gets animated while hosting a workshop at the White House for high school students about careers in film in Washington. Reuters Toronto's Chief Budget Officer Councillor Frank Di Giorgio (L) shares a moment with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford during a budget meeting at City Hall in Toronto. Reuters
Being popular and becoming a celebrity is the stuff most of our dreams are made of. However, let's not discount the cons of living life as a celeb.
While one does become a known face and enjoys the perks of stardom, the paparazzi lens that shadows these celebs to capture their perfect, unique and most importantly the 'oops' moments give all public figures the jitters.
Check the above slideshow to see some big names -- politicians, royals, religious personalities and actors -- who were caught off guard by photographers across the globe.