This is the Prince of Wales, son of Queen Victoria, and later Edward VII, hunting a "wild" Chillingham bull at Chillingham Castle in 1879. This seems to be a serious photo, as laughable as it appears. For the record, these "wild" cattle have been fed hay in winter for at least 300 years, are housed in a fenced area of half a square mile (365 acres), and have been a tourist attraction for as long as anyone can remember. Not even feral; just ill-tempered
When Edward died in 1910, his terrier, Caesar, led the procession, and the dog's likeness is part of Edward's tomb at St. George's Chapel.