The Prince of Wales has revealed that his sons the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have inherited an essential quality from their father - a love of dancing.
During a wide-ranging interview with the magazine Australian Women's Weekly, Charles joked about his prowess on the dance floor and how William and Harry have picked up the skill.
The heir to the throne also spoke of his joy at the warm reception the Duchess of Cornwall received from Australians last year.
Charles and Camilla made their first official visit to the country as a couple last November, and the royal described his delight after well-wishers realised she was 'an incredibly good sort'.
Charles was first interviewed by the magazine in 1974 when, aged 26, he declared, 'If I hear rhythmic music, I just want to get up and dance.'
Asked by the publication's deputy editor Juliet Rieden if he still felt the urge, Charles, who became a grandfather for the first time in July, repled: 'Perhaps it's slightly less becoming once you get to my age.'
He added: 'I think given half a chance though, the old one-two and the two-step can come in handy. I'm glad to say that both my sons have inherited it, I think.
'They're very good. They do make me laugh when they get going.'
— Daily Mail
Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine are Cinderella and Prince Charming
It won a slew of awards and critical acclaim when it made its Broadway début in 1987.
And now film-makers will be hoping to attract a new generation of musical fans with the movie adaptation of dark and twisted fairy tale Into The Woods.
The movie began filming last Wednesday in the UK with a few of the all-star cast emerging on set at Dover Castle, UK, in their fairy-tale costumes.
As Cinderella, Anna Kendrick emerged in a white frilly gown with a square-cut neckline, teamed with white heeled boots and a tiara.
She spent much of her time on set chatting to co-star Chris Pine, who looked a far cry from his familiar Star Trek character Captain Kirk.
Pine plays Anna's Prince Charming, who like the character in the original story is on an endless quest to find his bride.
— Daily Mail
Richard Gere and wife Carey Lowell set for divorce
Actor Richard Gere and his wife Carey Lowell have separated and are planning on divorcing.
According to New York Post the couple, who have been married for 11 years and have a 13-year-old son together, have 'been spending time apart for quite some time'.
It's thought the pair made the decision due to their different lifestyles. While the 64-year-old heartthrob likes the quiet life, his former Bond girl wife, 52, enjoys 'socialising with other bigwigs'.
A source told the paper: 'They have a place in Bedford [NY], and he likes it because it's quiet and he likes the solitude.
'She likes being in North Haven in the limelight. They live next door to Jimmy Buffett and his family, and they're good friends.'
The couple, who tied the knot in November 2002 after being together for seven years, haven't been photographed together since the beginning of the year- the last time was at the Golden Globes in January.
— Daily Mail