Theresa May's Dancing Queen routine compared to David Brent

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Oh, and then there's been all the times she's been photographed curtseying oddly to members of the royal family - something that's also not hepled establish her as the world's most agile being.

The Prime Minister had been preparing to address her party and about her Brexit plans but couldn't resist having a dance to the disco floor-filler while making her way to the stage.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has poked fun at her limited dance moves as she arrived onstage at the Conservative Party conference with ABBA's "Dancing Queen" blasting over the speakers.

Understandably, May's moves divided opinion but the overriding reaction from users on Twitter was one of amusement.

Which just so happens to be the definition of "sashaying", ergo the headline.

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Another added: "Her advisers must really have it in for her".

Her performance before her conference speech had a mixed reaction.

Strictly Come Dancing star Robin Windsor marked Theresa May's dancing following her Conference boogie.

While she was on a trip to Kenya she was seen trying to take part in local dance moves and well. she badly failed.

Painting an upbeat picture of Britain's future prospects, she urged the party to reach out to people who "still feel our economy isn't working for them".