Prince William and Kate tries their hand at DJing in Australian suburb

Prince William and Duchess Kate recently tried their hands at DJing at a hip hop school. The royal pair got down with the children while they were paying visit to a youth program in Elizabeth, a suburban area in Adelaide, where fifteen thousand cheering rooters came to greet them in the shiny morning. Neither William not Kate appeared to be very keen in those DJing machines insisting that this not be something they are good at. However, William gesturing at his wife to come forward said: “It’s all yours.”
With huge laugh on her face, Kate stated that William has got a lot more experience than she has. Still, the thirty two year old Duchess agreed quickly to try her hands first. Guided by DJ Shane Peterer, Kate begun hesitantly but she soon got the hang of it, smiling and lifting a thumbs up as her audience applauded and cheered for her.
After that, William stepped up to try his hand. Moving the record forwards and backwards to make a swishing noise to the beat of a track named Gourmet made by Mr Peterer’s fellow tutor. William managed to do it, but he was not as good as his wife Peterer to suggest he must not give up his day job yet. The DJ later told that she was fantastic but he can fly a helicopter. So horses for courses.
The royal pair went to the hip hop class at a community music plaza named the Northern Sound System on a mission to see another side of Aussie life in Adelaide.

Prince William and Duchess Kate recently tried their hands at DJing at a hip hop school. The royal pair got down with the children while they were paying visit to a youth program in Elizabeth, a suburban area in Adelaide, where fifteen thousand cheering rooters came to greet them in the shiny morning. Neither William not Kate appeared to be very keen in those DJing machines insisting that this not be something they are good at. However, William gesturing at his wife to come forward said: “It’s all yours.”

With huge laugh on her face, Kate stated that William has got a lot more experience than she has. Still, the thirty two year old Duchess agreed quickly to try her hands first. Guided by DJ Shane Peterer, Kate begun hesitantly but she soon got the hang of it, smiling and lifting a thumbs up as her audience applauded and cheered for her.

After that, William stepped up to try his hand. Moving the record forwards and backwards to make a swishing noise to the beat of a track named Gourmet made by Mr Peterer’s fellow tutor. William managed to do it, but he was not as good as his wife Peterer to suggest he must not give up his day job yet. The DJ later told that she was fantastic but he can fly a helicopter. So horses for courses.

The royal pair went to the hip hop class at a community music plaza named the Northern Sound System on a mission to see another side of Aussie life in Adelaide.

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