DJ Duchess Kate Middleton’s turntable skills ‘hurt William’s ears’ on tour

Kate Middleton has tried her hand at becoming a superstar DJ – leaving husband Prince William in stitches of laughter.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, attempted to get the party started by learning how to compose a track during the couple's tour of Scotland.

But husband William, 38, was left in stitches, joking that Kate's DJing debut had "hurt his ears" and sounded "like a cat."

The 'performance' was part of a visit to the Scottish Violence Reduction Centre (SVRU) in East Lothian.

Kate took the decks while filming at SRVU partner Heavy Sound, which, delivers music, creative arts and sport projects to underprivileged youngsters.

In the footage, Kate can be seen giggling while leaning over the turntable and learning to produce a mix.

But unfortunately for the Duchess, the room suddenly erupted into laughter when she hit a bum note.

And while her teacher praised the track as being "pretty good", William had a very different opinion, admitting it was "hurting my ears" and "sounds like a cat."

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Before she left, Kate cheekily apologised for her lack of DJing skills, joking: "Sorry for leaving such a terrible song. Delete it, delete it!"

The Cambridge's visit was part of a week-long tour of Scotland, which began yesterday.

On the first day, they helped prepare curry during a trip to Asian community group Sikh Sanjog in Scottish capital Edinburgh.

The group started providing food twice a week for disadvantaged people in the city to during lockdown.

While making chapatis, Kate revealed she loves making curries at home, while William said his wife is a big fan of spicy food.

They also Turning Point Scotland's headquarters to speak to the city's overdose response team and its lifesaving work to help drug abusers.

Set up in December last year, the overdose response team is funded by the Drugs Deaths Taskforce.

There are now plans to expand its services to cover more parts of Scotland.

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