The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge proved that they've still got it yesterday (22 April) during their tour of Australia.
The couple landed in Adelaide before heading to the The Northern Sound System, a youth music community centre, to try their hands at DJing.
Both Wills, 31, and 32-year-old Kate had a turn at spinning the decks - and by all accounts, they weren't too bad at it!
After having a go at spinning a record, Kate laughed out loud before giving herself the thumbs up!
Their trip to Adelaide comes after William and Kate visited Ayers Rock - or Uluru, as it is also known - and they also watched some skateboarders in action at the Elizabeth skate park.
After being presented with a skateboard, William even had a go at spraying some graffitti on a wall. But it was safety first, and he was given a mask to cover his nose and mouth!
Aerosol Angels group leader Simon Burt said: "He paints very well. He filled in part of the blue sky and didn't go over any of the lines."
Last week, Kate and William touched down in Australia with their baby son George following a week-long tour of New Zealand.
Along with their visit to Uluru, Kate and Wills have taken George to the zoo and chatted to bush fire victims in the Blue Mountains.
Their tour of Australia is to last two weeks.