(L-R) Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge during the dedication and unveiling of The Iraq and Afghanistan memorial on March 9, 2017 in London, England. He "saved his best moves for 'I Got 5 On It", the entertainment site reported.
Footage emerged this week of William dancing in a nightclub in the popular Farinet nightclub in Verbier with his friends and a mystery woman. Her friends insist she has a boyfriend and that there was nothing untoward about her interactions with the prince.
William has come under fire for missing a Westminster Abbey service - attended by other members of the royal family - in celebration of Commonwealth Day to instead hang out with pals Guy Pelly, James Meade and Tom Van Straubenzee.
Reports said that Prince William went on a ski trip, where he was seen dancing and partying.
It was there during a boozy lunch that the 34-year-old was pictured enjoying the company of scorching hot model Sophie Taylor.
Some people accused William of "dancing like a dad".
But now another video of the partying prince has set tongues wagging.
Nevertheless, Prince William has rarely let himself loose like this in the past, choosing to adhere strictly to the code of conduct expected of him, whenever he is in the public eye.
Lord Llewellyn described the visit as "exciting and special" and revealed that the embassy planned to launch at least one major initiative on the back of it.
One patron says he literally did a double take when he saw the prince in the club.
William was just 15 and his brother Harry 12 when their mother and her boyfriend Dodi Al-Fayed were killed after the Mercedes in which they were passengers crashed in a tunnel in central Paris as it was being pursued at high speed by press photographers. She was a crime, government, and breaking news reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and reporter for the Waukesha Freeman newspaper.
Last year, the Duke was branded "work shy" amid criticism of his workload, but he shrugged off the claims and said: "It's part of the job". She has also appeared as a crime reporter on Investigation Discovery Channel, History Channel, and Oxygen Channel.