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What a good sport: Prince Charles shows off his dance moves in Wales

If I hear rhythmic music, I just want to get up and dance.

Prince Charles has always had a love of dancing – he even told us.
Charles first spoke of his fondness of boogying in an interview with The Weekly in 1974, declaring "if I hear rhythmic music, I just want to get up and dance."
And it appears even at age 66 the heir to the throne hasn’t lost his dancing shoes.
On Tuesday the Prince of Wales and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall attended the Eisteddfod Cultural Festival in Llangollen, Wales where they met royal fans, tasted the local bear and Charles shook one’s groove thing with the local performers.
Yes Charles, ‘show ‘em how we Windsors do, yeah yeah’.
Charles told The Weekly in our 2013 80th anniversary issue that he does worry his dancing might not be as hip as it once was.
"It's slightly less becoming once you get to my age,” Charles told The Weekly’s Juliet Rieden. "I think given half a chance though, the old one-two and the two-step can come in handy. I'm glad to say that both my sons have inherited it, I think.”
Of Prince William and Prince Harry’s hopping and bopping Charles said: "They're very good. They do make me laugh when they get going."
Charles and Camilla were a hit during their annual tour of Wales, throwing themselves into all of the local festivities.
Their Royal Highnesses also found themselves at a cookie factory and poured their own pints in the village tavern and thankfully royal photographers were there to capture all the fun.

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