British and Irish Lions star Manu Tuilagi has said sorry for "messing around" at Downing Street earlier today after making 'bunny ears' behind David Cameron's head during a group photo:
Apologies for messing around on Lions photo. No offence intended. Great day at Downing Street. Thanks to Prime Minister for hosting us.
David Cameron welcomed the victorious Lions rugby squad to Downing Street, but fell victim to a "bunny ears" prank by Manu Tuilagi.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister has fallen victim to a "bunny ears" prank by British and Lions star Manu Tuilagi as they posed for a photo outside Downing Street.
David Cameron has hosted a reception for the team to celebrate their Test series win over Australia.
The Prime Minister told the players: "It's a huge honour. My son [Arthur] just because of you guys, has just started tag rugby. He will be so excited about this jersey."
The returning British and Irish Lions have wished England's cricketers luck in the Ashes series against Australia.
The Lions were returning the favour after England's cricketers sent them a good luck message before their highly successful tour last month.
The cricket team will certainly be hoping they can follow in the Lion's footsteps, who defeated Australia to win a test series for the first time in 16 years last week.
Whether its rugby, cricket, rock paper scissors, tidily winks or mud wrestling. There is no better feeling than beating Aussies at sport.
The British and Irish Lions have won a Test series for the first time in 16 years after an impressive 41-16 victory in the third Test against Australia.
Alex Corbisiero, Jonny Sexton, George North and Jamie Roberts all scored tries for the Lions.