Prince William shows off his 'dad dance' skills

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Prince William shows off his 'dad dance' skills

Prince William "dad-dancing"? Round our way that sort of thing is called fifteen-pints-and-a-couple-of-pills dancing. He's probably brought out the lawnmower.

William has also been criticized for missing a service for Commonwealth Day this week - which is considered one of the most significant dates in the royal calendar - to go to the Swiss ski resort with friends.

Harry's older brother Prince William was not there, as he was on a ski-trip with pals in Switzerland. The footage was published by TMZ.

Celeb Dirty Laundry reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William are now not in good terms after the elder brother of Prince Harry's new video humiliated the sister of Pippa Middleton.

Uh oh! Prince William had the time of his life on March 13 when he skipped Commonwealth Day services with his family to go skiing and clubbing with friends and a hot model.

There was no sign however of Australian beauty Sophie Taylor, who made headlines in the United Kingdom after she was seen hitting the slopes with Prince William. On Monday, the prince was spotted hitting up the dance floor and dancing like a total dad.

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The father of two was on his own on the dancefloor so he could look wife Kate in the eye when he returned home after the full-on weekend.

Us too! It must be bloody hard having to be so royal all the time.

While many are always looking to find "dirt" or "gossip" on the royals it's nice that we can see them have a bit of fun.

The two-day visit to Paris, beginning on 17 March, is the first official visit by Prince William since the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, in a vehicle crash in the city 20 years ago.

Editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward defended Prince William, saying (via Sky News): "I am sure that if he was expected to be (at the Commonwealth Day ceremony) then he would have been". "He was dancing so wildly that I did a double take when I first saw him and thought it must be a lookalike", the source said.

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