Prince William showed off a secret skill during one of the last outings on his three-day tour of Ireland alongside Kate Middleton.

During a stop in Galway, Ireland, on Thursday, the Duke of Cambridge revealed that he can juggle. Both Kate and the crowd looked delighted to watch the future King of England’s display:  

The Duke of Cambridge juggles during a meeting with Galway Community Circus performers, local artists and young musicians on March 5 in Galway, Ireland. Their Royal Highnesses met performers, young people and volunteers for the forthcoming Galway 2020 event. 

Though as the Daily Mail’s royal correspondent Rebecca English pointed out, the duke can juggle three balls, but his skills stop at four. 

While in Galway, the duke and duchess were spotted greeting crowds and even shaking hands with people amid the coronavirus scare. William joked about the outbreak during a reception hosted by the British ambassador at the Guinness Storehouse on Tuesday.

“I bet everyone’s like, ‘I’ve got coronavirus, I’m dying,’ and you’re like, ‘No, you’ve just got a cough,’” the Duke of Cambridge said on camera speaking to first responder Joe Mooney. 

In a separate video, the prince quipped, “By the way, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spreading coronavirus, sorry. We’re keeping an eye on that, so do tell us if we need to stop.” According to the BBC, the U.K. has 115 confirmed cases of the virus, which originated in Wuhan, China, and has since spread to every continent except Antarctica. 

Queen Elizabeth II donned gloves at the investiture ceremony on Tuesday at Buckingham Palace, which some speculated was because of growing COVID-19 concerns in the U.K. and around the world.

Much like William, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also joked about the pandemic, saying that she was “self-isolating” while heading into a one-person air raid shelter at the London Transport Museum. 

On Thursday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make their first, joint public appearance at the Endeavor Fund Awards in London. The couple will reunite with the rest of the royal family at Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9. 

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