Kate Middleton and Prince William shared a rare moment of public flirtation on the second day of their Caribbean tour.
The royal couple looked at each other and got their groove on on Sunday as they were greeted with a welcome dance by locals at the Garifuna Cultural Center in Belize.
Middleton, 40, was flirtatiously tossed to a giggling William, 39, in the sand before grabbing his arm to join her posted a clip on Twitter through a fan account.
‘Catherine flirts with William! #RoyalVisitBelize,” the tweet read.
Middleton looked stunning in a blue Tory Burch floral dress and her hair in beachy waves, while William co-ordinated his casual outfit of a blue shirt and slacks.
“Wow! What a welcome 🎉,” the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote in a statement on their Instagram, adding: “It has been a privilege to spend time with the Garifuna community and some of their traditions here in Hopkins Thank you Mama G for organizing such a special event!
Earlier in the day, Middleton and William visited a cocoa plantation, where they learned how to make chocolate.
“This is Julio, a master of chocolate making with his family and he just gave us a tour of their cocoa farm here in southern Belize,” they wrote in another post.
“It was an incredible experience to see first-hand how this world-famous chocolate was made – using all organic produce, all grown on their land or nearby.”
They added: “We can see why this is loved all over the world!”
The couple’s activity day came after they had to cancel a planned visit to another coca plantation after locals protested their arrival by helicopter in the middle of a village.
They were originally supposed to visit Akte’il Ha in Indian Creek, but Buckingham Palace canceled the stop Friday after Mayan residents objected.
William and Middleton’s journeys come after she admitted she’s thinking about having a fourth baby with the prince.
“William is always concerned that I am talking to children under the age of 1. I come home and say, ‘Let’s have another one,'” she told reporters during a visit to Copenhagen’s Children’s Museum on Feb. 22.
The royal family shares three children: Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
George is third in line to the British throne after Prince Charles and William.