Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, wowed fans during hers and Prince Charles' tour of West Africa, as she showed off one of her little known skills.
On Tuesday night, she and her husband spent the night at a State Dinner, hosted by the President of Ghana.
And once the formalities of the dinner were out the way, the royal couple and their fellow dignitaries decided it was time to have a little fun and relaxation.
So, the group all took to the dancefloor – and it was there that Camilla impressed royals fans with her brilliant dance moves.
Clarence House posted a video of Prince Charles, Camilla and other Ghanain heads of state dancing on the ballroom floor, and followers couldn’t believe how skilled Camilla was.
One fan wrote on the video clip, ‘Wow the Duchess of Cornwall can dance!!!! Fantastic. They are such a superb pair.’ While another agreed, commenting, ‘Duchess Camilla is quite a dancer!’
A third royal watcher also said, ‘You go, girl! Duchess Camilla got some soul in her.’, while a fourth wrote, ‘Wow the Duchess got some good moves 👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️’.
But fans of the royal duo didn’t forget about Prince Charles, also commenting to compliment him on his dance moves too.
One said, ‘I love this! Nice to see them having fun!’, and another said, ‘wow Camilla has rhythm and Charles is good too! Nice to see them enjoying themselves!’
And a third wrote, ‘I love these two!!’.
But it’s no surprise that the Duchess of Cornwall is such a brilliant mover, as she is well known to be a huge fan of perhaps the biggest dancing programme in the UK – Strictly Come Dancing.
In fact, Camilla actually hosted part of the Strictly Christmas special last year at Buckingham Palace, where she danced up a storm with the show’s former professional Brendan Cole.
Of the event, a Clarence House spokesperson told The Express, “The Duchess thoroughly enjoyed her dance with Brendan.”
She’s also visited the set of the hit BBC show before, back in 2011, where she met with the professional dancers and chatted to the judges on the programme.
FROM: Woman & Home, our sister site.