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21 Photos of Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and More Royal Family Members Dancing

There's something special about seeing a royal truly break it down.
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The royal family has many responsibilities. Luckily for us, they're even required to dance, in the name of diplomacy (and perhaps even for fun). Here, the best photos of Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and countless other royals on the dance floor.

Some young kids try to teach Prince Harry ballet during a visit to YMCA in South Ealing.


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Paddington Bear spins the Duchess of Cambridge during the Charities Forum Event at Paddington Station.


Prince Harry dances with soca singer Claudette Peters during a reception hosted by Prime Minister of Antigua.


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Prince William tries his best to learn a move during a visit to Caius House Youth Centre.


Prince Charles gives traditional Mexican clog dancing a go in Zocalo Square.


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Kate and William dance with residents of Tuvalu during a Vaiku Falekaupule Ceremony.


Prince William breaks it down with Vanessa Boateng, and Kate Middleton seems to enjoy her husband's moves.


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Prince Harry and Prince William dance with Prince Seeiso as they visit the Mamahato Network Club for children affected by HIV at King Letsie's Palace in Maseru, Lesotho.


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Kate Middleton and Guy Pelly are out on the dance floor at a pre-Wimbledon party hosted by Sir Richard Branson.


Princess Diana and Prince Charles get down in Melbourne.


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Princess Diana and Prince Charles share a dance and a smile in Melbourne during their royal tour of Australia.


Ronald and Nancy Reagan watch as Princess Diana dances with John Travolta at the White House.


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Circa 1981, Prince Charles dances with First Lady Nancy Reagan in New York City.


Prince Charles learns a soul dance routine, as he helps open the Inner London Education Authority's Multi-Ethnic exhibition "The Richer Heritage" at County Hall in London.


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President Gerald Ford shares a dance with Queen Elizabeth at the White House, during the 1976 Bicentennial Celebrations of the Declaration of Independence.


President Gerald Ford shares a dance with Queen Elizabeth at the White House, during the 1976 Bicentennial Celebrations of the Declaration of Independence.


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Princess Margaret with Lord Snowdon out on the dance floor at a ball in 1966.


Princess Margaret got all dressed up in an 18th-century ballgown and a wig to attend the Georgian Ball—and her husband Lord Snowdon got in on the fun too.


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The Queen Mother (center right) shares a dance with students at London University's Senate House Ball.


Princess Elizabeth takes part in old-fashioned square dance during her and the Duke of Edinburgh's 1951 tour of North America.


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Princess Elizabeth (center right) and Princess Margaret (far right) rehearse for one of their Christmas pantomimes.


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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