PRINCE Charles became Lord of the Dance yesterday as he and Camilla joined forces with experienced performers in a lively Irish dance.
Camilla laughed and struggled to keep up, but the Prince of Wales was hailed as “totally natural” by his teachers.
Viewers applauded as the music stopped – and the pair were invited to return for “more practice”.
Charles, who had previously dabbled in an Irish hand drum – a bodhran – joked that he needed “vigorous fitness training and a lot more Guinness” to become proficient.
The couple were guests at the Brú Ború Cultural Center in Cashel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
It was where tragic teacher Ashling Murphy, 23, played the accordion.
She was murdered while jogging in January and Charles and Camilla met privately with their parents Kathleen and Raymond to offer their condolences.
The Prince of Wales then paid tribute to Ashling, who he said had been “taken from us far too soon”.
A 31-year-old man has been charged with murder and is awaiting trial.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/18071565/prince-dance-irish-folk-dance-lesson/ Prince Charles is at his best during the Irish folk dance lesson