Kate Middleton found herself feeling embarrassed by a video featuring her husband, Prince William's drunk dancing. It did not take long for the video go viral, as everyone was keen to feast their eyes upon a new side of royalty.
The video was recorded on March 14, when the Duke of Cambridge was on a visit to Switzerland. The backdrop is clearly that of a Swiss nightclub and Prince William appears to be rocking his body to some out of beat, dorky moves. Even though the footage seemed to have been accidentally shot, as the future king of England is not the central focus, there is no mistaking the figure dancing in the background.
Prince William looks carefree in the video, only bothered about having the time of his life, which is a side of him that his subjects rarely get to see. But what was odd about his dancing was the fact that he was showing off dance moves from the 90s.
Witnesses have reported that Prince William was seen enjoying quite a few beers with his close company, Mail Online reports. Hence, there is a good chance that he was drunk when he hit the dance floor with his close friends. The saving grace was the fact that there were no semi-clad girls surrounding the duke at the time.
Nevertheless, Prince William has rarely let himself loose like this in the past, choosing to adhere strictly to the code of conduct expected of him, whenever he is in the public eye. But on the particular day that the video was shot, he chose to leave his sophisticated self behind for the night and just have a good time with close friends.
Moreover, Prince William decided to party it out in Switzerland instead attending to his royal duties. He skipped the celebration of the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, which was attended by his younger brother, Prince Harry, Royal Central reported.
The Duchess of Cambridge also gave the celebration at Westminster Abbey a miss. Was it because of Prince William's absence or her embarrassment at the video of her husband's drunk dancing?
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