Kate Middleton Learns to DJ in Alexander McQueen

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DROP THE BEAT, KATE! Photo: Arthur Edwards-Pool/Getty

DROP THE BEAT, KATE! Photo: Arthur Edwards-Pool/Getty

We kind of hate to say this, but Australia may have just won the award for Best Royal Tour.

First, Australians got the adorable Prince George bouncing around with his chubby, squeezable cheeks. But then, on day 16, possibly the best thing ever happened: They managed to get Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, behind a set of turntables.

The Royal couple was visiting a youth center, The Northern Sound System in Adelaide, which just named its plaza after Prince George. Luckily, said youth center comes equipped with a deck -- all the better for dropping sick royal beats.

And the Duchess wasn't the only one to be given a semi-ridiculous prop that day: The City of Playford Mayor presented Prince William with a skateboard, decorated with boxing kangaroos, which Kate apparently found hilarious. (Us, too.) No word if he took a turn around the skate park when the cameras were off.

LOLs. Photo: Danny Martindale/WireImage

LOLs. Photo: Danny Martindale/WireImage

The Duchess did all this in a pink Alexander McQueen wool skirt suit paired with those trusty nude L.K. Bennett pumps. We're just gonna go ahead and say it: If you're going to be skateboarding and DJing, there are definitely much cooler garments by McQueen to be had. 

That's a royal wave if we've ever seen one. Photo: David Gray/Reuters

That's a royal wave if we've ever seen one. Photo: David Gray/Reuters

But what do we know? We'll never be royals