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PRINCE CHARLES: MARIACHI
It seems that the first in line to the throne holds the title of best dancer in this family. While on a visit to Washington, D.C., in March 2015, Prince Charles was greeted by a Mariachi band during a stop by the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School. It only took 20 seconds of music for him to bust a move of his own.
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PRINCE CHARLES: INTERNATIONAL DANCING
Charles's global dance tour continued in July 2015 during an official visit to Wales. He joined hands with performers at the International Musical Eisteddfod, a celebration of music, costume, culture and of course, dance, from around the world. Maybe he can show his new moves off to mum when he arrives back home.
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PRINCE HARRY: BUMP 'N GRIND
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PRINCE CHARLES: COUPLES' DANCE
Also while on tour to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall (not pictured) participated in a "Dance-O-Mat" that was set up for their visit to Christchurch, New Zealand, in November 2012. Linking arms with a local, the Prince of Wales effortlessly worked his way around the crowd in a traditional slow dance with his partner.
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PRINCE WILLIAM: BRUSH YO' SHOULDERS OFF
The heir to the throne and wife Duchess Catherine have long been praised for their modern way of thinking, and nowhere does Prince William put that more on display than in his dance moves. The new dad busted out his own interpretation of the hip-hop move during a tour of the Camberwell Foyer in 2011, a London center founded by charity Centrepoint for formerly homeless people.
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DUCHESS CATHERINE: HULA
Not one to be outdone by her husband, Kate let the world in on her hula dancing skills during a visit to the island of Tuvalu in Sept. 2012, as part of her Asia trip with William. The brunette beauty donned a Polynesian-style grass skirt for her performance, in which she swayed her hips and raised her hands to the music.