King Charles’ dancing in special video wins fans’ hearts and they’re all saying the same thing

A video showcasing King Charles' dancing has been shared by the Royal Family as they issued a significant celebratory message

King Charles' dancing met with praise. Seen here he meets members of the public
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King Charles’ dancing has won fans’ hearts in a special video honouring a special celebration and they’re all saying the same thing. 

King Charles is currently preparing for his and Queen Camilla’s State Visit to France from 20th September after his well-deserved summer break in Scotland. At his first major public appearance after his holiday on 13th September, fans declared King Charles was “having the time of his life” as he paid a visit to Tomintoul and met members of the local community. Now the Royal Family have shared a heartfelt throwback video that features King Charles dancing and exuding the same level of joy during an engagement in 2022. 

Taking to Instagram, the Royal Family account declared “Shana Tovah” and sent “warm wishes” to “everyone celebrating Rosh Hashanah" over the weekend. Alongside this sweet declaration, the captain explained that the accompanying video showed “The King dancing with members of the local Jewish community at @JW3London in December 2022.”

Rosh Hashanah is Jewish New Year and in 2023 was celebrated from 15th-17th September. JW3 London is a Jewish Arts, Culture and Community centre on Finchley Road and the video showed a beaming King Charles showcasing his dancing skills and exchanging a few words with the people next to him. Fans were quick to express delight at the video and praised His Majesty for how “accessible” he seems to be as monarch.

King Charles III dances at the JW3 Community Centre

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“How lovely is this”, one person declared as another responded, “Good on His Majesty” and a third person added simply, “I could not love this more!!@@🙌🙌❤️❤️❤️”.  

Whilst someone else dubbed it “fabulous”, writing, “I think this is just wonderful...our king dancing with the local community...FABULOUS 😍”.

“I love how our King is so accessible to everyone and genuinely seems to love people. ❤️,” another fan commented admiringly.

King Charles’ dancing skills and joyful interactions with members of the local Jewish community in the video certainly seems to have struck a chord with fans. And over the years he's often been eager to get involved in dancing during an important engagement or visit. 

King Charles III dances at the JW3 Community Centre

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Some people might remember the time King Charles flaunted his dancing skills during a Royal Tour of South America in 2009 and did so again at his Highgrove House home in Gloucestershire a few days before the late Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations last year.

A tea party was held by the Prince’s Foundation at Highgrove and the event was held as a way to help combat isolation and loneliness within the community. His Majesty’s attendance was reportedly a surprise and, as per the MailOnline, he joined guest Bridget Tibbs to perform a tango and impressed her with his talent.

King Charles dances with Bridget Tibbs during a Jubilee tea dance hosted by The Prince's Foundation

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“It was wonderful. He was very lovely to dance with, a lovely sense of rhythm, a nice hold. It was a pleasure,” she reportedly declared. 'He was delightful to talk to and we had a good chat. I was actually talking to him about environmental issues and saying the work that he does is amazing.”

It’s not known when fans might next see a glimpse of King Charles’ dancing though many might be hoping that it will be in the not-too-distant future.

Emma Shacklock

Emma is a Royal Editor with eight years experience working in publishing. Her specialist areas include the British Royal Family, ranging from protocol to outfits. Alongside putting her royal knowledge to good use, Emma knows all there is to know about the latest TV shows on the BBC, ITV and more. When she’s not writing about the next unmissable show to add to your to-watch list or delving into royal protocol, Emma enjoys cooking, long walks and watching yet more crime dramas!