The "World's Oldest Hip Hop Flash Mobber",Violet Hollis says she plans to surprise the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall with a hip hop dance performance when they visit Auckland.
Hollis, 95, is one of the lead dancers in The World's Oldest Flash Mob - a hip hop dance group made up of 50 Waiheke Islanders aged 65 to 95 years old.
"Me and my Mob plan on surprising the Prince and Camilla with a three minute hip hop dance performance on Monday in the hopes that he stops what he is doing and says hello to me," says Hollis.
"I've been rehearsing my hip hop dance moves for this for ages."
Hollis shares her November 14 birthday with Prince Charles and says she is a "huge fan".
She said she "was disappointed" not to be one of the 64 New Zealanders who have been chosen to celebrate their birthdays with Prince Charles at the Governor General's house in Wellington.
"However, I'm still hopeful of meeting him and Camilla when they visit Auckland on Monday," she says.
The World's Oldest Flash Mob Manager Billie Jordan says although Hollis performs from a wheelchair that does not hold her back.
"Despite her physical restrictions she's still one of the best krumpers in the dance group and her timing is nearly bang on.
"We all adore Violet and want to support her in her mission to meet Prince Charles."
Hollis was born and raised in Wales, but moved to live on Waiheke Island when she was 86-years-old.
"As he is the Prince of Wales, which is her country of origin, he means the world to her. If the Prince just stopped and said hello to Violet, it would give her a precious moment in her life that she would never ever forget," says Jordan.
Hollis will celebrate her 96th birthday on Wednesday.