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Kate Middleton and Prince William Joyfully Dance with the Garifuna in Belize

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are showing off their best dance moves in Belize!

On the first stop of their Caribbean tour, Kate Middleton and Prince William visited the village of Hopkins. During their trip, they visited the cultural center of the Garifuna community and participated in their festivities.

In a clip posted to the royals’ official IG account, the duke showed off his killer dance moves with a Garifuna woman named Laura Cacho. The pair did the “punta” dance, which is a cultural dance that belongs to their community.

“Wow! What a welcome,” the caption read on the post. “It was a privilege to spend time with the Garifuna community and experience some of their traditions, here in Hopkins. Thank you Mama G for hosting such a special event!”

Middleton even did her signature parenting move while greeting the children. In the video, the duchess is shown bending down to their eye level and conversing with them. Even William did a similar pose when talking to the kids face to face.

She is known for using the technique on her own children. Last June, Middleton attended a soccer game with her husband and eldest son. During the game, the duchess used her go-to hack when Prince George asked a question. This method of communication allows children to express themselves on equal terms and causes Middleton to not assert dominance.

Impressive dance moves, you two.

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