The duchess is not going to be happy. Earlier on this week, a video of Prince William "dad dancing" while on a boys' ski trip surfaced. For the most part, everyone thought the video was sweet and completely harmless. Parents, after all, need to cut loose once in a while, too. But! Things took a kind of uncomfy turn recently when a new video of Prince William grabbing a girl's waist and dirty dancing hit the Internet. Someone's in trouble.
In the video, which was taken at a nightclub in Verbier, William is seen "gyrating" with a pretty woman who's believed to be Australian model Sophie Taylor. Wills also takes off her cowboy hat and playfully puts it on his head. Royal expert Katie Nicholl told the Sun: "It's safe to assume that Kate will be far from happy about this." Oh, Wills.
Not super incriminating, but definitely not a good look for the duke. Not many women would be happy seeing their husband grabbing onto mystery ladies during a "lads' trip."
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Will may be paying for it now, but from the sound of things, he had one hell of a trip. In addition to dad dancing and dirty dancing, the prince also requested "Pump Up the Volume" at the DJ booth, before hugging the DJ.
According to the Sun, one tourist reported that the duke looked "worse for wear" at the club. "He was dancing so wildly that I did a double take when I first saw him and thought it must be a lookalike," the source said. "But before long everyone realised they really were partying with Prince William." Sounds like some Harry-type sh*t!
Another onlooker reportedly said, "He started trying on hats starting with a skier's bobble hat then a cowboy hat while he danced with the blonde. It was a hilarious sight."
From the sound of things, the royal family was none too pleased with the fact that the prince opted to go on holiday instead of tending to royal duties, and no doubt, this will make things even worse.
But before Wills makes amends with Prince Charles and the queen, he best talk to Kate. Good luck with that one, dude.