The Duke of Cambridge headed to Scotland ahead of his wife on Friday to kick off the couple's tour.
The royals have certainly provided us with some shocking moments in recent months - and it appears Kate Middleton's hidden music talents are definitely up there.
Just days into her latest tour with Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge got a chance to play DJ during a visit to the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, a national centre of expertise in tackling violence.
As seen in the video below - taken by royal correspondent Rebecca English - Kate, 39, is a natural when it comes to scratching records. Meanwhile, the Duke of Cambridge seemingly took a backseat as he proudly watched his wife behind the decks.
Although a bit slow to show off her DJ skills to begin with, Kate's fans were quick to praise her efforts. "Kate looked like she was having a really good time," one said, while a second added, "Got to love her OUR NEXT QUEEN!"
It comes after the Duchess recently joined Prince William for the tour in Scotland. William arrived last Friday, whereas Kate joined him on the visit earlier today. As well as spending time in Edinburgh and Fife, they will also make their first official visit to Orkney (an archipelago off the northeastern coast of Scotland).
Elsewhere on the tour, both the Duke and Duchess will meet with various frontline workers, NHS staff members, the military, local volunteers and emergency responders.
Speaking of the visit, an official spokesperson for the couple said: "The Duke is honoured to be fulfilling the role of Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland this year.
"Both he and The Duchess are very much looking forward to spending time in Scotland, hearing from a wide range of people on the issues they care about, and celebrating individuals who have gone above and beyond to support their communities over the past year."
But with Kate's skills as a DJ, we wouldn't be surprised if a royal tour to Ibiza is next.
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