Prince Harry Does the Dab and Blows Bubbles with Kids on Caribbean Tour

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Prince Harry is out to prove that he is the coolest royal in Great Britain.

After touching down in Antigua yesterday and kicking off his official royal visit to the Caribbean by delivering a message from Queen Elizabeth II to the people of Antigua and Barbuda, the 32-year-old spent the second day of his trip hanging out with kids at a youth sports festival. The event was held at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium and it showcased Antigua and Barbuda's national sports. And not only did Harry show off his athletic skills by indulging in games of volleyball, tennis, and cricket—he also did the dab with a group of local children. The famous redhead seemed quite excited to bust out his dance moves with the group.

Doing the Dab with a Group of Kids
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The royal busted out his best dance moves while having fun at a youth sports festival.

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HRH then headed to a Charities showcase at Government House, where he blew bubbles with a group of children. Awww. Don't Prince George and Princess Charlotte have the best uncle?

Blowing Bubbles
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At a Charities showcase at Government House in Antigua, he blew bubbles with a group of adorable kids.

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Aside from Antigua and Barbuda, he will also make stops in St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Barbados, and Guyana during his two-week journey.

See all of the best photos from Prince Harry's trip to the Caribbean (so far!) in our gallery.

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