Politicians are held to a much higher standard than everyone else. But just like everyone else, they have slip ups. And once photographers snap a picture of that moment, it can last forever. Click through for the 20 best perfectly timed photos politicians hope didn't exist.
"Hillary, My eyes are up here!"
Former President Bill Clinton is touching a young lady who doesn't seem to be too pleased about it.
Kate Middleton tried to keep her dress down with little success. This Marilyn Monroe pose is all thanks to a gust of wind and a photographer with perfect timing.
During the 2012 campaign, Vice President Biden was caught getting very cozy with some local bikers.
The wretched wind strikes again. First Lady Michelle Obama is struggling to keep herself together, while the wind almost blows off Queen Elizabeth II's hat.
A topless protester got Vladimir Putin excited while he was visiting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Germany.
Maybe this dog knew about the affair between Monica Lewinsky and President Bill Clinton before everyone else did.
It is a Thanksgiving Day tradition for the U.S. President to pardon a turkey. Each time it is a weird and awkward sight, but this time it's just plain entertaining.
The pop star Taylor Swift was seated next to Sarah Palin during Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary Show. She crossed her arms with an angry expression on her face and at one point even appeared to be rolling her eyes. She was definitely not so happy with her seating placement.
Selfies are the kind of thing you can enjoy anywhere, even during Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt took a tumble down the steps of Elysee Palace.
A photographer snapped a photo of Hillary Clinton glaring daggers at her husband after the press conference about the Monica Lewinsky scandal. She's a scary lady.
Former President Bill Clinton and Baraka Obama playing golf together. From the look on Bill's face, the two may be nagging about their wives.
When yachtswoman Maud Fontenoy posed with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, she probably wasn't expecting this kind of hand gesture.
This little guy may have been born a Democrat considering his hysterical reaction.
This young girl is clearly not amused about whatever Hillary Clinton is laughing about. Many people would have probably shared that expression.
Former President Bill Clinton warming up before a marathon. Though, he needs to be more careful about his choice of exercise shorts. You really dropped the ball there Bill.
No smile, no eye contact. Either they just really don't care for each other or something happened between them that they're too ashamed to deal with.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was caught taking a gander at Miriam Leone's backside as she exited the stage. As seen here, Berlusconi was quite the playboy.
Russian President Vladimir Putin seems to have no interest in assisting Queen Elizabeth II down the steps during the D-Day Memorial while U.S. President Baraka Obama and New Zealand's Governor-General Jerry Mateparae are the only gentlemen.