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A selfie was a "digital self-portrait" photograph, (AUDIO: The Last Beacon) often taken on a camera phone. (TV: In the Forest of the Night)

Around 2007, Ianto Jones claimed to have coined the term. Owen Harper had never heard it before. (AUDIO: The Last Beacon)

Bradley asked Danny Pink if he could take another selfie with the rest of the Coal Hill Year 8 Gifted and Talented Group. (TV: In the Forest of the Night)

Osgood asked Missy if she wanted Osgood to take a picture of her with her device. Osgood claimed that taking a selfie was "never as good" as someone else taking a picture. (TV: Death in Heaven)

In a dream, Ian showed Shona McCullough a selfie with him next to the North Pole, which according to Ian was an actual physical pole. (TV: Last Christmas)

After killing two UNIT guard with her device, Missy told a third guard she dubbed "Sweaty One" to get on his knees and get ready for "a goodbye selfie for [his] kids" before she tried to blast him. (TV: The Magician's Apprentice)

Clara Oswald took a selfie with Evie Hubbard, whom the Twelfth Doctor helped with her Winston Churchill interview assignment. (TV: The Woman Who Lived)

While at San Diego Comic-Con, Clara took a selfie of her and the Doctor, allowing them to discover a plot by the Lady of Neverness. (COMIC: Selfie)

After arriving back on Gallifrey, an armed Twelfth Doctor threatened "On pain of death, no-one take a selfie!" while facing the Eleventh General and the other Time Lords who wanted to prevent him from saving Clara Oswald through an extraction chamber. (TV: Hell Bent)

Two giggling girls took a selfie at the Coal Hill Academy Autumn Prom on 14 October 2016. (TV: For Tonight We Might Die)

After the Doctor had explained to Bill and Nardole his reasoning behind trying to redeem Missy, the latter thought the Doctor to be "having an emotion" and took a selfie with him to commemorate the occasion. (TV: World Enough and Time)