Zara Phillips goes Gangnam Style for Children in Need
ROYAL Zara Phillips keeps up with the latest dance crazes.
The Queen's granddaughter, who lives in Cheltenham, has taken part in the bizarre Gangnam Style dance routine for Children In Need.
The silver medallist at the 2012 London Games is seen enjoying the moves for the BBC fundraiser.
The novelty pop moves by Korean star Psy became a worldwide phenomenon thanks to a wacky dance routine that saw him straddling a horse, holding the reins and spinning an invisible lasso.
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Around 20 of the best known members of Team GB are taking part in the video to Basement Jaxx track Do Your Thing for the fundraiser on November 16. Dressed in jodhpurs and jackets, 31-year-old Zara, who is married to Gloucester Rugby legend Mike Tindall, will be joined by fellow equestrian medallists Tina Cook and Nicola Wilson.