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Prince George and Princess Charlotte share Princess Diana’s favourite hobby.


The Duke of Cambridge, William just shared the sweetest hobby that his 5-year-old son, Prince George shares with his late mother, Princess Diana.

Well, this one is quite the interesting one.

While chatting with one of BBC’s Teen Heroes, break dancer Junior Frood, Prince William revealed that George is currently interested in dancing. He also shared that he might have even inherited this hobby from his grandmother.

He said:-

“George is doing dance as well and he loves it. My mother always used to dance, loved dance. If it’s something you love, you do what you love and it’s very important. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. You keep at it”.

George’s three-year-old sister, Princess Charlotte, shares the same hobby. The Duke of Cambridge then added:-

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“My daughter Charlotte loves dancing too. She is already taking dance lessons and absolutely loves it”.

Dancing was the most important thing Princess Diana.

When Diana was young, she studied ballet and wanted to be a dancer. But was reportedly too tall to pursue it professionally. Anne Allan, the late royal’s ballet teacher, opened up about her time training Princess Diana. She said:-

“She had dance in her soul. I realised the pure enjoyment that it gave her. She really loved the openness of being able to move and dance. I could see it helped to alleviate her emotional life”.

In one of her most famous dances.

Princess Diana and John Travolta hit the dance floor together at President Reagan’s White House Gala in 1985. The duo danced to the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever.

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That particular dance became so iconic, that Princess Diana’s off-the-shoulder gown from the evening was coined the “Travolta Dress”.

She was a trailblazer, activist, style icon, and one of the most influential people of the 20th century.