Prime Minister Theresa May followed the lead of young members of the Berkshire County Sports Club in Sonning on Friday.
Young members of Woodley Saints Henry (9) and Violet (6) showed her how they could dance the floss, and the game Prime Minister followed suit.
She was at the sports club in her constituency to officially open the newly refurbished squash courts at the Sonning Lane club.
The club’s vice president Kevin Mist said: “One of the guys challenged her to a game.
“It’s been brilliant having her here. It’s the Prime Minister’s third visit. She’s come as an MP, as home secretary and as Prime Minister. She’s been a constant supporter of her local sports club and we’re pleased she’s spared the time to see the refurbishment to the squash courts.”
The Prime Minister has also donated a cup which the Berkshire County Sports Club will present to one of its members at its AGM next June.
“She was very happy to put her name to it,” Kevin said. “It will be presented to a member of the club who, during the year, has contributed the most to develop the club as a whole.”