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Friday night's wedding reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Prince Charles, will be the most exclusive event of the day. Royal officials have even said that there won't be any photos of the shindig released to the public.

This 1980 clip of the prince in a dance-off might be the reason why...

As our royal wedding gift to you, watch Charles show off his moves in a suit and tie, plus an unshakable hairdo:




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  • Marta

    Looks like a jerko!
    He should stick to the Fox Trot and a Waltz.

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  • Hattie Crabtree

    LOL,I wonder if his sons have seen this?!:)

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  • AnnieP

    Gotta hand it to him - at least he gave it a shot.

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  • Nettie

    Too cute. I love seeing the human side of him. All of you haters can go and take a nap.

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  • Travis

    The man with no conscience.!!

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  • Mshelle24

    What a good sport! I give him a 9 for having the guts to even try. Just dance!

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  • Judi

    It broke my heart that Princess Diana wasn't there ... she would have been so proud and hopefully Prince William has his mothers values and morals, and not that pig Charles. It is beyond me that Camilla could even show her face during the religious ceremony, knowing in her heart what she did to Prince Williams mother. The sight of that woman makes me sick!

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