Royal fans have been going wild over a clip of Kate Middleton ‘flirting’ with Prince William by playfully dancing up to him on the second day of their Royal Caribbean tour.
The Duke, 39, and Duchess of Cambridge, 40, kicked off the second date of their tour by indulging their love of music and chocolate as they were shown around the Maya cacao farm in the coastal town of Hopkins in a last-minute addition to their schedule on Sunday.
The royals were treated to a welcome dance after they were shown around the village, with both Kate and William taking to the dance floor at Garifuna Cultural Centre.
In a clip shared online by a royal fan account, the mother-of-three can be seen playfully shimmying towards her husband, while the Duke watched on with a huge beam on his face.
Many royal fans went wild over the clip online, with one commenting: ‘She wants that fourth baby!’
Royal fans have been going wild over a clip of Kate Middleton, 40, dancing with Prince William, 39, in a rare moment of public affection on the second day of their Royal Caribbean tour
Another wrote: ‘Almost seems like they’re on a second honeymoon.’
A third commented: ‘That’s absolutely priceless. Looks like they had a great time, and of course fitted in very well and much enjoyed by all whom they visited.’
‘Still in mission of another baby Cambridge maybe,’ another added.
One wrote: ‘This is both super cute and super funny, they are a perfect match.’
Many royal fans went wild over the clip online, with one commenting the mother-of-three is ‘flirting’ with the Duke of Cambridge
Royal fans’ excitement over the rare public display of affection between the Duke and Duchess comes after Kate confessed she felt ‘broody’ on several recent visits.
During a visit to Copenhagen’s Children’s Museum last month, Kate heard about the Understanding Your Baby research project which trains health visitors to help new parents as they begin to notice and interpret their babies’ behavioural cues.
After meeting with two eight-month-old baby boys and their parents, she joked: ‘It makes me very broody.
‘William always worries about me meeting under one-year-olds. I come home saying, ‘let’s have another one’.’
In the clip, the mother-of-three can be seen playfully shimmying towards her husband, while the Duke watched on with a huge beam on his face (pictured)
After dancing towards her clearly delighted husband in front of the crowd, Kate went on to put her arm around William
The royal couple were both left beaming by the playful moment at the cultural center in Belize yesterday
Days later during a visit to Wales, the Duke and Duchess shared a sweet exchange as they met a group of mothers and babies, with Kate, 40, beaming as she rubbed William’s back and told him to ‘look at the lovely babies’.
Their current trip to Belize, taken at the behest of William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, is intended to strengthen the UK’s ties with Commonwealth countries as the queen marks 70 years on the throne.
Dressed in a blue shirt and dark blue chinos, Prince William and Kate were taken round by a farmer on the second day of their eight-day trip round the Caribbean to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Duchess opted for a stunning blue floral midi-dress by designer Tory Burch, which retails for £500, and nude platform wedge sandals by royal favourite Stuart Weitzman.
Kate was the first on the makeshift dancefloor, joining nine local school children at the Garifuna Cultural Centre in the picturesque beach-front village of Hopkins. Her husband watched as she stole the show before he was tempted to join the performance dancing with Ms Cacho
She finished off her look with a fan-shaped clutch bag by British designer Anya Hindmarch, which she had recycled from a look during her tour of Canada with William back in 2011.
Local organiser Laura Cacho, 57, who danced with the future king, said about the couple: ‘They were shaking their waists like nobody’s business.’
Kate was the first on the makeshift dancefloor, joining nine local school children at the Garifuna Cultural Centre in the picturesque beach-front village of Hopkins.
The couple were in hysterics as they danced together at a traditional Garifuna festival on the second day of a Platinum Jubilee Royal Tour of the Caribbean
The Duke of Cambridge dances during a traditional Garifuna festival on the second day of a Platinum Jubilee Royal Tour of the Caribbean
Her husband watched as she stole the show before he was tempted to join the performance dancing with Ms Cacho.
She said afterwards: ‘He shook his waist to the music. He had beautiful rhythm. It was a pleasure for me. Kate was excellent as well and definitely has Garifuna culture in her.’
The couple’s introduction to local culture also saw them offered plantain coconut broth, Hudutu, and a sweet sava porridge called Sahau with Belizian celebrity chef Sean Kuylen.
The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a stunning blue floral midi-dress by designer Tory Burch, which retails for £500, and nude wedge sandals by royal designer favourite Stuart Weitzman