Harry's winning way with disabled children

Last updated 10:21 30/06/2014

Prince Harry wraps up his Chile trip with a visit to the Children of Jesus Foundation, a centre for disabled children in Santiago.

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Prince Harry dances at the Fundacion Amigos de Jesus daycare centre for children with physical and mental disabilities.

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He was meant to be dancing for joy at the Football World Cup, instead Prince Harry has been warming up Chile with his hot dance moves.

Prince Harry unleashed his best dance floor steps on a visit to the Fundacion Amigos de Jesus daycare centre in Santiago, which cares for children with disabilities.

He is on a Royal tour of Chile, after he flew out to support the England football team at the Cup in Brazil.

England didn't make it out of section play - Chile did, but went out on penalties to Brazil in the round of 16.

Prince Harry has been doing his best to raise the spirits of the football-mad Chileans as he has mixed with fans, and cheered up children.

His best work came as he danced on the steps of the daycare centre, as patients and onlookers broke into broad grins.

He played with the children, hung out with four-year-old Russel, and smacked him with a high-five as they played.

And then the laughs were on him as, seven-year-old Pascal Vasquez stole his microphone and started a speech.

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