Prince Harry got his groove on during a visit at a children’s day care centre in Chile. The royal bachelor showed off his dance moves to Katy Perry’s “Firework” after he was asked by the children to dance with them.
The 29-year-old uncle of Prince George was at the Fundacion Amigos de Jesus, a day care centre in Santiago that cares for children with mental and physical disabilities, when he had been invited to join the kids in their dance number.
Thanks to the young girl on his left, Harry was able to follow the dance steps with ease during his impromptu performance.
Watch Harry’s dance moves:
Harry seemed to be enjoying his visit at the centre. He hung out with the children, spending time with them throughout Sunday.
When seven-year-old Pascal Vasquez stole his microphone from him just as he was starting to make a speech, Harry just laughed, even encouraging the youngster to speak on the mic for him.
The fourth in line to the British throne was on his three-day Royal tour of Chile to support the English football team, as well as mingle with the locals.
On Wednesday, he was in Brazil, where he met with the children and their carers from an orphanage in a destitute area of São Paulo.
The prince admitted he was “almost reduced me to tears” by the children.
“Some of the children’s stories in Diadema almost reduced me to tears. But the smiles in their faces show the positive impact of their community has been having on them and the success story of Acer,” he said, referring to the orphanage in Diadema, São Paulo.