British Royal Family

Prince William shakes it off and bakes it off, all in the same day!

The Duke of Cambridge proved his baking and shaking talent while visiting a youth centre in London on Wednesday.

By Katie Skelly
The future king and now honorary dancing Queen proved his vast array of talents during a visit to Caius House Youth Centre in London this week.
When the Prince was asked to step up to the challenge of participating in a dance class, he graciously accepted.
The Scariofunk Dance Collective troupe took it back to basics for the royal, by attempting to teach him the classic "wave" dance move.
Wills, although committed to giving it his very best shot, was skeptical to say the least!
The handsome royal seemed to be having trouble with his wave!
"There is no pressure, because I will look ridiculous," he joked, while laughing at his own awkward efforts.
"It's very cool, if you need an extra back-room dancer give me a shout."
"I can never get the shoulder shiver right!" He quipped, before one of the Scariofunk Dance Collective members helped him.
Troupe member, 15-year-old Candice Blake, gave the charming prince a "generous" 5 out of 10 for his performance, but told reporters that he was awarded a “10 out of 10 for effort” because “he was up for it."
The future King later watched a ballet class, to see how it's really done!
The father of Prince George, three, and one-year-old Princess Charlotte was then asked if he’d like to try his hand at boxing, but after politely declining 12-year-old Dante Morgan’s request with the excuse, “I’ve left my boxing gloves at home”.
He then opted for a spot of baking instead.
“Mary Berry, eat your heart out!" the 34-year-old joked of the Great British Bake Off host while piping icing onto a scrumptious looking cupcake.
When asked about his reference to the beloved cooking show, the handsome royal confessed, “I’ve watched Bake Off a few times.”
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The avid cook felt right at home in the kitchen!
Duchess Catherine’s husband then went on to reveal the culinary dynamic in the family’s home.
"Catherine is a very good cook,” he said. “I did a lot of cooking when I was younger, but you have to reach a certain level when you can throw stuff in, but I stick rigidly to the recipe."
While Wills’ baking skills appeared to be no less than perfection, it was recently revealed that his son, however, prefers the messy approach!
Wills may have a meticulous eye for detail, but his son George certainly doesn't!
During a separate visit to Youthscape in Luton last month, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her eldest loves to help out in the kitchen, even if he makes a huge mess!
The 34-year-old and her husband spoke candidly spoke to teens while trying their chocolate rice crispy creations after a baking class.
"What are you putting in? Is this just chocolate? Golden syrup? Good, good."
The stylish royal then admitted, “When I try to do this with George at home, chocolate and the golden syrup goes everywhere!"
"He makes so much mess. It’s chaos.”
The doting parents love teaching their children new skills!

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