Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall watch traditional samba dancers perform during a tour of the Marie Complexo Favela on March 12, 2009 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The Prince and the Duchess are in Brazil as part of a ten day tour of South America taking in Chile, Brazil, Ecuador and the Galapagos. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)more pics »Proving that no one is immune to the rhythmic gyrations of the super-sexy samba, Prince Charles traded his stiff upper lip for a stiff look from wife Camilla as he ogled the dancing girls in Rio de Janeiro Thursday.
The royal entourage was visiting Complexo da Mare, one of the largest (and most dangerous) slums in Rio. They were greeted by crowds and dancers, who cajoled the Prince into an awkward rendition of the samba.
Charles addressed the crowd of onlookers, explaining that his history with the dance began 30 years previous.
"I can remember dancing a somewhat rudimentary version of the samba with a rather dramatically semi-naked lady here in Rio." he said. "Thirty years later, and prior to this visit, the lady concerned has been in touch to suggest a slightly more staid re-run of the Samba! Do I accept the challenge?" he asked his audience.
"Yes" was the reply. (Read more at Sky News)
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Prince Charles And Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Brazil Tour