During a stop on their busy Australian tour, Kate Middleton proved she has a hidden talent: deejaying!
While visiting a youth center in Adelaide, Australia on Wednesday, Prince William and Kate met an assortment of rap artists, dancers and musicians, but were soon asked to put their own music skills to the test!
At first, both of the royals were hesitant to deejay on the turntables, with William telling his wife, "It's all yours" before Kate responded, "William's got lots more experience than I have."
But eventually, it was the Duchess who stepped up to the plate and impressed with her rhythm, giving the crowd a thumbs up as they cheered her on.
When William took his turn, things didn't go quite as smoothly, with one spectator telling reporters the Duke should stick to his day job.
"[Kate] was fantastic," DJ Shane Peterer, who coached the couple, said. "But [William] can fly a helicopter."
Later in the day, the pair watched a skateboarding display and met with a group called the Aerosol Angels, who use graffiti art as a creative outlet.
Once again, Kate dressed to impress in a pale pink Alexander McQueen dress, which featured a low-cut neckline, and accessorized with her trusty pair of nude L.K. Bennett pumps.
Tomorrow, the couple is expected to head to Canberra, where they will visit the National Portrait Gallery and attend a reception at Parliament House.
Watch the royals deejaying skills below!