Beginning their Caribbean tour in style, Prince William and Kate Middleton showed off their impressive dance moves during a visit to the Garifuna Cultural Centre in the coastal town of Hopkins in Belize.
Proving that she’s not a stranger to the dance floor, 40 year old Kate looked radiant in a stunning blue Tory Burch dress as she readily danced with local schoolchildren.
William, 39, meanwhile looked more happy to let his wife take centre stage as he lingered in the sidelines.
And according to body language expert Darren Stanton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s most recent display reveals a lot about the couple, including how relatable they will be to the public in their role as future monarchs.
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Speaking exclusively to OK! on behalf of online casino Slingo, Darren said: “The first thing that springs to mind is that both Kate and William are showing genuine excitement.
“They both look happy to be engaging in the festivities and their micro-expressions signify general enjoyment.”
Drawing differences between the royal duo, he added: “You can see William is slightly reluctant to do his ‘dad‘ dance and at one point covers his face.
“This is a light-hearted gesture of embarrassment because he’s a bit out of his comfort zone, but he takes it in his stride.”
However, as mum-of-three Kate could be seen pulling William out of the crowd, the Duchess was clearly a lot more comfortable with the upbeat atmosphere.
“Kate, on the other hand, is happy to follow the steps of the people around her and doesn’t seem too fazed by the cameras and crowds watching,” Darren, who is dubbed the ‘Human Lie Detector’, continued.
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“This shows both are willing to immerse themselves in the people and cultures around them, seemingly making them open to do and try new things to make others around them happy and comfortable.
“It’s clear that the monarchy of the future is going to be a lot more connected with its people and probably a lot more transparent and accessible.”
Darren’s analysis of the couple comes after royal fans were left convinced that they’d spotted a rare moment between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
After watching the beaming parents take to the dance floor, viewers flocked to social media to gush over the pair.
“Catherine is flirting with William!” wrote one user, while another added: “Did I see William eyeing her up and down?”
The couple, who were first to scrap an engagement due to protests, are currently embarking on an eight-day tour of the Caribbean, where they will visit Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
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