Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has revealed that Prince William has been “practicing his dance moves” ahead of the couple’s visit to the Solomon Islands later this year.
The couple will travel there as part of this year's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, and are clearly eagerly anticipating their trip.
Duchess Kate revealed that the prince is planning to hit the hit the dance floor during their visit, at a reception at Guildhall today, which was held as part of the central weekend Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The topic of conversation came up as the Royals spoke to the Governor General of the Solomon Islands Sir Frank Kabui and Lady Kabui.
According to itv.com, William said: "We're extremely excited. Both of us have never been anywhere near there,” and a giggling Kate added: "William's been practising his dance moves."
Crowds got the chance to see the couple showing off their moves last night too, as they sang, danced and clapped their way through the Diamond Jubilee Concert held outside Buckingham Palace.
Stars including Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Dame Shirley Bassey and Kylie Minogue entertained crowds of thousands who had won the chance to attend the concert, which was held around the Queen Victoria Memorial.
Today’s more formal celebrations have seen the Royal Family attend a service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, a reception at Mansion House and Guildhall, and a lunch at Westminster.
Later in the day they will take part in a carriage procession through the streets of London, before appearing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for an RAF flypast.
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