Prince William

Prince William

Prince William tried his hand at dancing as he visited a youth centre in London.

The 34-year-old royal attempted a "shoulder shiver" with some of the young visitors to Caius House Youth Centre in Battersea.

After meeting with the Scariofunk Dance Collective, which is a street dance crew from the British capital, the Prince gave the dance moves a good shot but failed to impress.

As he tried to copy their moves, he said: "I can never get the shoulder shiver right. There is no pressure, because I will look ridiculous."

Elsewhere during the visit, the Duke of Cambridge - who is second in line to the throne - took part in a cupcake-decorating session where he joked he was as good as the bakers who appear on 'The Great British Bake Off'.

He quipped: "Mary Berry, eat your heart out!"

The Prince also had the chance to meet with young people who were taking part in various other activities including boxing and arts and crafts.

Meanwhile, earlier this week, Prince William met with the Royal Foundation Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying.

The father-of-two - who has Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, 16 months, with his wife, Duchess Catherine - had previously expressed the importance of protecting children from cyberbullying.

A spokesperson for the Prince said: "This is an issue that the duke feels strongly about. He knows that social media and other technologies are creating significant positive opportunities for millions of young people. But as a parent, he knows that many people worry about how to protect their children from the new avenues for bullying that technology is creating.

"He hopes the taskforce can help the industry share the best practice that is emerging across the sector and put in place new standards so that the internet remains something young people and their parents can embrace with confidence."