Prince William Dad Dances Like Every Other Dad, And It’s Brilliant

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Prince William proves that you're never too busy to get on the dancefloor - even if you are royal, and not to mention, the future King of England. Footage of the Duke busting out some classic Dad-dancing moves has just been released. And it is amazing.

Filmed on a recent skiing holiday in Switzerland, the Duke of Cambridge is seen waving his hands in the air and shimmying from side to side to the music. However, from the video, it looks as though the Prince is showing off his moves alone - as there seems to be no one dancing with him. Who doesn't love a bit of awkward solo dad dancing?

The footage was taken at the upmarket ski resort of Verbier, and apparently, William was partying to the hit song ‘I Got 5 On It', by American artists Luniz.


But the future King is certainly no stranger to busting a move. He's previously been seen getting down at a royal engagement at a Centrepoint hostel, back in 2011, and has also been seen boogying at various royal concerts over the years.

William had been on the recent trip to the Swiss resort with a collection of friends, including best friend and nightclub boss, Guy Pelly and an Australian model, Sophie Taylor.

However, the royal has been met with criticism following his jaunt abroad, from people berating him for missing the Commonwealth Day ceremony at Westminster Abbey - a service most of the rest of the royal family attended.

But a Kensington Palace spokesperson was quick to defend the Duke, who said "The Duke and Duchess have attended the event for the last two years and look forward to doing so often in the future."

The Duke returned on 14th March ahead of his trip to Paris with his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, this coming weekend.

Amy Hunt

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