Prince George‘s grandpa has some serious moves.
Well, at least a move – let’s call it the royal wiggle – which he showed off on Tuesday during a music festival in Wales.
But it’s his over-the-shoulder eyebrow raise that really makes it his own!
The prince, who attended the christening of his granddaughter, Princess Charlotte, on Sunday, joined performers in the Llangollen International Music Festival Eisteddfod.
Every year, the festival draws some 4,000 performers and 50,000 visitors “in a unique combination of competitive song, dance, performance, and international peace and friendship,” Charles’s Clarence House Instagram shared.
Charles, 66, and his wife Camilla, 67, are in Wales all week celebrating local businesses and community and have been chronicling the visit on their social feeds. Earlier on Tuesday, the pair visited the Village Bakery and took turns flipping traditional Welsh Cakes. (The bakery describes them as “griddle scones made with real butter, finest Vostizza currants and mixed spices.”)
During #WalesWeek, the royal couple stays at their home in the area.
“Each summer, Their Royal Highnesses spend a week at Llwynywermod, their Welsh farmhouse near Llandovery in Carmarthenshire,” the palace advised in a press release.
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They will also be hosting several events at Llwynywermod, including a concert organized by the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and a tea party benefiting children from T Hafan Hospice, of which Camilla is a patron.
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