The Prince of Wales appears to have left his dad dancing firmly in the club after being spotted enjoying himself at KOKO in Camden.
Prince William, 41, looked happy and relaxed as he made his way around the Royal Norfolk Show, the UK’s largest two-day agricultural event, meeting those involved and giving high-fives to waiting schoolchildren who chanted his name.
Wearing a smart dark blue wool check blazer, pale blue shirt and dark trousers, the dad-of-three was also spotted sharing a joke with some police officers.
The show, which has been held almost every year since 1847, usually attracts over 85,000 visitors and hosts 700 businesses from all sectors.
Focusing on the promotion of food, farming and the countryside, the event also has a number of competitions where hundreds of livestock are entered to compete for Best in Show.
William looked dapper for the opening day of the Royal Norfolk Show
Prince William looked happy as he was dished out high fives to waiting school children who appeared delighted to see him at the Royal Norfolk Show
The Prince got to see some of the livestock being shown at this year’s show, including the Norfolk Young Farmers Stock Judging competition
The Prince of Wales got to chat to many Norfolk-based community and youth organisations, including members of the emergency services such as the East Anglia Air Ambulance
Prince William presented the Queen’s trophy to a goat called Teion Meika, who is a British Saanen breed, and her handler Teigh O’Neill
The beautiful goat appeared to take a shine to Prince William and went in for a pet from the future King of England
Happy to oblige the Prince gave the award-winning nanny a pat as he chatted to her handler Teigh O’Neill about how he cares for her
A perfect day out for kids, there’s plenty to do, see and get involved with.
One popular display is the agricultural machines and areas designed to showcase innovation within the farming and agri-food sectors of Norfolk.
The show is also a celebration of the county and has a strong focus on skills and careers for young people, business engagement and community groups.
During his visit, His Royal Highness toured the showground and met Norfolk-based community and youth organisations, including members of the emergency services such as the East Anglia Air Ambulance, which he served as a pilot from 2015 to 2017.
The Prince also met the East Anglia Children’s Hospices, of which the Princess of Wales is a Patron, alongside local veterans and members of the Royal British Legion.
Prince William got to catch up with an former colleague, air ambulance doctor Dr Neil Berry who he worked with when he was a pilot in the East Anglian Air Ambulance
The Prince of Wales was on hand to give out awards to cattle handlers at the Royal Norfolk Show
The Prince got to chat to farmers about their cattle and discuss agricultural news
The Royal Norfolk Show is the biggest UK agricultural event and promotes young farmers getting involved in the industry – young cattle handlers, seen here, stand waiting to meet the Prince
Prince William served served as a pilot in the East Anglia Air Ambulance, from 2015 to 2017, and today he got to chat with his former colleague Dr Neil Berry
Following this, His Royal Highness presented the Bishop’s Award for the Sustainable Environment Young Employee of the Year Award to Robert Jackets.
The award is now in its second year; and celebrates young employees, including apprentices, that work to support the protection, maintenance and development of the natural environment.
This prestigious award aims to raise the profile of land-based environment opportunities within Norfolk.
During his visit the Prince got to see some of the livestock being shown this year, including the Norfolk Young Farmers Stock Judging competition.
He also checked out the Beef Interbreed Championship and the Young Livestock Handlers competitions, where he presented The Queen’s Prize for the Champion goat and exhibitor.
For the past 175 years, the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association has played a key role in promoting the best farming, food, livestock and machinery of the region and enjoyed the Royal Patronage of the late Queen Elizabeth II since 1952.
Prince William got to chat to members of the public and local school children at the event
Cattle handlers were awarded prizes by Prince William at the event at the Norfolk Showground
The crowds of waiting school children couldn’t wait to pose with Prince William as they greeted him at the event
The Prince will be in good company at the Royal Norfolk Show which attracts over 85,000 visitors each year
During his visit, His Royal Highness toured the showground and met Norfolk-based youth organisations
This Friday’s event is in stark comparison to last week’s activities, which saw Prince William and his stunning wife Kate spend the day at Royal Ascot.
And after a long day in the sun, by the evening the heir to the throne was spotted enjoying himself at KOKO nightclub in Camden.
Footage shows the Prince of Wales dressed in a light blue shirt, holding a beer and doing his best ‘dad dancing’ from side to side while at the concert venue and former theatre in London.
Appearing in a private box alongside two friends, including Prince Louis’ godfather and nightclub owner Guy Pelly, the heir to the throne seemed relaxed while enjoying his Friday night at the electronic music-themed evening.
Wearing an open collar blue shirt and clutching a drink, the father-of-three showed off his best moves on the balcony and bobbing his head to a heavy EDM beat.