Kimberly Wyatt has offered Kate Middleton pole dancing lessons.

The 29-year-old dancer is known for performing raunchy routines in her former group the Pussycat Dolls and says she could show the future queen a few saucy moves to entertain her husband-to-be Prince William after they get married on April 29.

Kimberly told the Daily Star newspaper: "I'd love to show her some moves. William would definitely have a cracking treat on his wedding night."

However, the choreographer may be surprised to learn that Kate, 29, may know a few moves already, as she reportedly received lessons in the art when she attended a hen party with Prince Harry's girlfriend Chelsy Davy in 2006.

The pair were said to have enjoyed a day of pampering at a London hotel before taking the exotic dance classes to celebrate a friend's upcoming nuptials.

Another royal to have embraced the sexy hobby is Princess Eugenie, who in 2009 reportedly climbed on stage at London's Sophisticats Gentleman's Club to show off some moves.

The princess was said to have giggled as she watched a brunette dancer perform a raunchy routine for one of her male friends, before standing up and dancing next to her table with a pal then asking if she could have a go on the pole.

At the time a witness said: "Because of health and safety regulations she was told she would not be allowed unless she was employed by the club and had undergone training on the pole, like all their dancers. It was all done very tongue-in-cheek and Eugenie took it in good spirits."