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November 09, 2018

Duchess Camilla takes to the dance floor, and royal fans can’t resist her fascinating moves

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Prince Charles and Camilla are going out of Ghana with a bang. On their last night in the country, they took to the dance floor and boogied down. 

The official Clarence House Twitter account posted the video on Monday. The Duchess of Cornwall was the most impressive with her on-rhythm swaying and upbeat pace. 

Fans commented on just how much the Duchess of Cornwall was feeling the groove. She and Charles were at a state dinner where they danced with the President and the First Lady of Ghana according to Hello Magazine.

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The Prince of Wales accompanied Rebecca Akufo-Addo on the floor. While Camilla danced away with Nana Akugo-Addo. The video was captioned: 

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"Their Royal Highnesses take to the dance floor, joining The President and the First Lady of Ghana. #RoyalVisitGhana."

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Charles and Camilla are almost finished with the nine-day West African tour. They headed to Nigeria the day after their musical night. They have already visited The Gambia. 

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Earlier this month, Charles showed off his dance moves again in Ghana. He grooved outside the Osu Castle with dancers dressed in traditional wear. 

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It appears the two love dancing. Camilla also has a short history in ballet. She started practice for seniors earlier this year. 

At the time, Camilla declared that she wanted "to be a silver swan." The dancing also meant to help her with her core strength,  mobility, posture, and coordination.

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The 71-year-old also continues to show a wise sense of fashion. Instead of wearing new outfits for every occasion, she re-wears her gorgeous dresses. 

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In Kumasi, Ghana, Camilla opted to recycle the green floral dress that she has been seen in at least twice before. Once was way back in 2011.

Last week, she wore the dress during a welcoming ceremony at the Manhiya Palace. King Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II was present, as well as Prince Charles and religious leaders. 

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