Prince William dancing at a Taylor Swift concert

He Prince William He ditched the protocol and became another fan Taylor Swift At their London concert.

Last Friday, the future King of England surprised everyone with his dancing skills during the American artist's concert in London. A video taken by an attendee at the event shows her husband Kate Middleton I enjoyed the rhythm of one of the singer's most popular hits, “Shake It Off.”

A viral dance

In the pictures, Prince William, dressed in a blue suit, can be seen excitedly swaying his hips and arms as he enjoys the music. His daughter by his side, Princess CharlotteOne who dances to the rhythm of the song.

It didn't take long for this spontaneous moment to go viral on social media, where thousands of people shared the video and commented on William's friendliness and closeness with the public.

A meeting with royalty

But the night wasn't just about dancing for Prince William. We had the opportunity to meet Swift in person and take photos with her and her children Prince George And this Princess Charlotte.

The photo shared by the singer on his social media shows them all smiling and posing for the camera. In the caption, Swift wrote: “Happy birthday M8! The London shows are off to an amazing start 🇬🇧🇺🇸.”

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Taylor Swift/Instagram

The Prince and Princess of Wales/Instagram

William's birthday, on June 21, coincided with the first date of Taylor Swift's 'Eras ​​Tour' in London. To mark the occasion, the Royal Guard Band played “Shake It Off” outside Buckingham Palace on the same day.

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