Prince Harry performed a haka, a traditional dance and war chant native to New Zealand’s Maori people, with soldiers at the Linton Military Camp, a major military base near Palmerston North on Wednesday.
AFP reports that the royal, decked out in military fatigues, only had about 20 minutes to learn the moves—which involve a lot of foot stamping and chest grabbing. The All Blacks rugby team can usually be seen doing the ancestral tribute before a match.
On past trips, Prince Harry has performed a traditional Lesotho dance with deaf children in South Africa, boogied down to Bob Marley’s “One Love” in Jamaica in support of the Rise Life charity, and grooved to Katy Perry’s “Firework” with children in Chile who have mental and physical disabilities.
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