Watch Prince Harry Perform a Traditional War Dance with New Zealand Troops

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We already know Prince Harry has no problem showing off his dance moves when the occasion calls for it, but he got serious on Wednesday when he performed a traditional Maori haka war dance alongside New Zealand troops.

The 30-year-old royal is currently on tour in New Zealand, and according to the Manawatu Standard, learned the intense dance in just 20 minutes.

"Given the time restraints, in trying to teach him I know it was a bit difficult trying to learn the actions and the words, so I think he did really well," Warrant Officer Class 2 Brett Pene, who taught Prince Harry the dance, told the newspaper. "He got a bit frustrated here and there, but that happens when you've only got 20 minutes to learn."

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On his fifth day of the tour, Prince Harry also took some time out to meet a few of the children of servicemen and women, and even played a game of rugby with schoolchilden.

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