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Royals Gone Wild: See Kate Middleton Dancing In A Grass Skirt

On the tiny Pacific island of Tuvalu. Prince William eventually joined in, thereby fully exploring (and exploiting) his awkwardness.

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When William and Kate arrived in Tuvalu on the last leg of their Diamond Jubilee tour, they were carried from their plane to a welcoming ceremony.

Measuring only 10 square miles, the Polynesian island of Tuvalu is one of the smallest countries on Earth.
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Measuring only 10 square miles, the Polynesian island of Tuvalu is one of the smallest countries on Earth.

Kate changed into traditional dress, and even William allowed a crown of flowers instead of diamonds to be placed on his head.

This wasn't Kate's usual tiara, that's for sure, but hey, it wasn't her usual tweed shirtdress either.
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This wasn't Kate's usual tiara, that's for sure, but hey, it wasn't her usual tweed shirtdress either.

She joined the dance...

After being tickled into submission.
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After being tickled into submission.

The locals imitated her stiff Royal Wave.
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The locals imitated her stiff Royal Wave.

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And she started to have a blast.

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Eventually the Stiff Prince (no pun intended, you filthy minds, you!) joined in.

Although he seems to be doing a dance all his own. The Macarena, perhaps?
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Although he seems to be doing a dance all his own. The Macarena, perhaps?

Once he put on his hula skirt, he finally lost all inhibitions. Hips don't lie!
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Once he put on his hula skirt, he finally lost all inhibitions. Hips don't lie!