Clog dancing, pretzel making and DJing: The skills the royal family's picked up on their tours abroad

One great perk of being a royal family member is the excuse to travel the globe.

From the Queen‘s first ever trip abroad to Kenya back in November 1953 to the Duke of Cambridge’s most recent historic trip to the Middle East, the royals have travelled to almost every corner of the globe over the years.

And though it’s part of their regal duties to soften tensions across the globe by meeting with prestigious leaders and local people, the royal family can’t hide the fun they have while on tour.

Whether it’s making pretzels in Germany or learning traditional Greek dancing (we’re looking at you, Charles), the royals have picked up one or two impressive skills over the years.

From the Duchess of Cambridge‘s DJ set in Australia to that time Prince William got dangerously involved in the Calgary Stampede, these are the most memorable royal tour moments to date.

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