Cambridges’ dancing is meant to be ‘appropriate but also a bit sexy’ – expert

Kate Middleton and Prince William's "cautious" dancing with villagers on a royal tour is meant to be "appropriate but also a little bit sexy", an expert has claimed.

The Cambridges are currently on a week-long tour across central Belize, Bahamas and Jamaica.

It was a rocky start for the two royals, who had to pull out of a planned visit to a Mayan village after it was revealed that locals were planning a protest over a land dispute with Fauna & Flora International – a charity which Prince William is currently patron.

However, the second day of the trip was filled with laughter and smiles as the couple visited Hopkins village and spent time with the Garifuna people.

The happy couple were pictured dancing to traditional music and trying the local cuisine.

Some royal fans questioned whether William and Kate were pushed to dance against their will and for a photo opportunity.

Angela Levin, a royal author and commentator, appeared on GB News to discuss the couple's trip so far.

When questioned if she felt the couple were being made to dance, she said: "I don’t think they’re made to dance. I think they really like to have good fun.

"They like smiling and they like to link in. I think they’re cautious on how they dance, to make it appropriate but also a little bit sexy."

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The expert added that the Cambridges gave off a "positive and friendly aura".

"They look like a very happy couple. I think that’s more important than if they are going to try for a dance competition," she said.

Royal fans have also described Kate Middleton’s dancing as “flirty”.

"Catherine is flirting with William!” gushed royal fan @RoxanneReaction as the Duchess sashayed towards her husband.

“She wants that fourth baby!” replied another Twitter user.

Local organiser Laura Cacho said “They were shaking their waists like nobody's business.”

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