Prince William and Kate Middleton learn to DJ - watch

The royal couple attempted to scratch during their Australian trip

Prince William and Kate Middleton were both given a brief DJ lesson during their current trip to Australia.

The wedded royals were visiting Northern Sound System, an alternative learning centre in the suburb of Elizabeth in Adelaide when they both attempted to scratch a record, reports FACT. Click above to watch footage of the pair on the decks. Teacher Shane Petersen said of Kate's skills: "She was fantastic." Following their DJ lesson, William spray-painted a wall by Northern Sound System which is used by local aerosol artists.

This isn't the first time William has dabbled in the world of music. At the end of last year, Prince William performed Bon Jovi's 'Livin' On A Prayer' with Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift at a charity concert. The trio performed the song acoustically with Swift giving Prince William a double high five after the finish. The impromptu singalong happened at Kensington Palace at a charity concert arranged by Prince William to benefit Centrepoint.



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