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Prince Harry Does 'the Dab' with Group of Girls in Scotland – and They Completely Freak Out!

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Prince Harry does "the dab" with children from the Streetsport initiative during a visit to Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland.
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Prince William recently showed off his dance moves, now it’s Prince Harry‘s turn!

During a visit to a youth mentor training event in Aberdeen on Tuesday, the royal did “the dab” – and the excited teens couldn’t believe their eyes.

A group of girls couldn’t hide their shock when the royal broke into the dance move – made famous by star Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

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Harry isn’t one to hold back when he gets the urge to cut loose! The royal has been pictured busting a move at several events over the years.

Prince Harry dances with children at the opening of Sentebale’s Mamohato Children’s Centre during an official visit to Africa on November 26, 2015 in Maseru, Lesotho.
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Prince Harry dances with children at the Fundacion Amigos de Jesus day care center on June 29, 2014 in Santiago, Chile.
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Prince William and Prince Harry dances with Prince Seeiso as they visit the Mamahato Network Club for children affected by HIV at King Letsie’s Palace on June 17, 2010 in Maseru, Lesotho.
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Prince Harry dances with deaf children during at visit to the Kananelo Centre for the deaf, a project supported by his charity Sentebale on February 27, 2013 in Maseru, Lesotho.
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Harry’s appearance at the event run by Streetsport, a nonprofit that delivers free weekly sports and creative activity sessions for young people throughout Aberdeen, is part of the royal’s work to bring attention to the positive effect sports can have on kids.