Behind the scenes at the Buckingham Palace tea dance
23 Dec 2017
Enjoy a peek behind the scenes at the Buckingham Palace tea dance, hosted by Charity President, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, to celebrate the good that dance can do for bone health and the benefits of staying active in old age.
National Osteoporosis Society President, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, and National Osteoporosis Society Ambassador Craig Revel Horwood, arrive at the special tea dance at Buckingham Palace, held to celebrate the good that dance can do for bone health and the benefits of staying active in old age.
Strictly Come Dancing head judge, Shirley Ballas, greets HRH The Duchess of Cornwall and Craig Revel Horwood.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall and Craig Revel Horwood discuss the benefits of active ageing with community group members.
Strictly Come Dancing presenter Tess Daly also attended the tea dance.
A community group member enjoys a dance with Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Pasha Kovalev.
HRH The Duchess of Cornwall speaks to one of the community group members invited to the dance alongside Charity members.
Strictly Come Dancing professional dancers take to the floor, putting on a fantastic display - as ever.
New Strictly Come Dancing head judge, Shirley Ballas, dances with the professional dancer and notorious 'cheeky chappy' Anton Du Beke.
Some of the cast of the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special 2017 pose for a group photograph.
From left - Celebrities Judy Murray, Katie Derham and Colin Jackson, professional dancers Neil Jones, Amy Dowden, Brendan Cole, Janette Manrara, presenter Tess Daly, judges Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel Horwood, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, professional dancers Chloe Hewitt, Pasha Kovalev, Dianne Buswell, Karen Clifton, Anton Du Beke, Oti Mabuse, and celebrities Kimberley Walsh and Robbie Savage.
Make sure to tune in to BBC One at 6.30pm on Christmas Day to watch the special festive episode.
All photos courtesy of PA.