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Throughout his tour of New Zealand, Prince Harry has greeted adoring fans, visited museums and even caught a rugby game. But his latest experience is something we never thought'd we see the royal do — dance!
During a visit to the Linton Military Camp on the morning of Wednesday, May 13, the 30-year-old prince performed the haka, a traditional Māori war dance with the New Zealand armed forces. The routine is often performed on the battlefield by army members in remembrance of those who served before them.
Harry performing the Māori dance with the armed forces on Wednesday. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"Yeah, he was sweating, we were sweating, a bit of frustration set in," Warrant Officer Brett Pene told The New Zealand Herald, adding the royal was a bit red-faced and out of breath by the end of the elaborate, 20-minute ritual.
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Watch a video of Prince Harry performing the haka below!