The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall showed off their dance moves in Ireland, where they recently embarked on a four-day royal tour.
Prince Charles, 73, and Camilla, 74, had no shortage of activities during their time in Ireland, spending time at the Superstars Café charity in Cookstown and visiting County Tyrone in Northern Ireland .
On the final day of their trip, which is part of celebrations marking Queen Elizabeth’s historic Platinum Jubilee, the royal couple took to the dance floor to show off their moves.
Charles and Camilla joined a group of Irish dancers on the floor when visiting the Brú Ború cultural center in Tipperay on Friday March 25.
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Dressed in a smart gray suit and pale pink tie, Charles put his best foot forward as the dancers showed him the steps of a traditional Irish dance.
Camilla, who wore a sleek forest green apron and white blouse for the outing, looked more at ease as she happily took part in the fun dance.
She could then be seen jumping up and down to the beat, as the Irish dancers showed off their impeccable moves.
Charles then teamed up with one of the dancers, who could be seen guiding him as they danced around the room together.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall also followed in Her Majesty’s footsteps as they made their way to the Rock of Cashel in Tipperary earlier today.
The couple’s visit to the site comes just over a decade after the Queen and her late husband Prince Phillip ventured to the same spot.
Charles and Camilla posed for a series of photographs in front of the cathedral ruins, before watching a performance by the Cashel Community School choir and signing the guestbook.
The royal couple were welcomed to the sound of Welsh-Irish trumpets – similar to those used to celebrate the investiture of kings in ceremonies dating back to the Bronze Age.
A specially composed short fanfare was played on the handmade instruments, reproduced using pieces found at Anglesey in Wales and at Roscrea in Tipperary.
Choir director John Murray said it was “moving” that Charles was visiting the same site as the Queen.
Mr Murray said: “It’s rare that you can sing for two members of the royal family, so it’s great to be able to do it, and the visit is a good thing for Cashel. It’s quite moving that his mother be here.”
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