Prince William and Kate Middleton looked a little out of their comfort zones as they had a go at scratching on DJ turntables at a youth centre near Adelaide, Australia.

Keeping with the youth theme, the prince was handed a can of spray paint. After donning a face mask he contributed to a mural outside the centre.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton try their hands at scratching on DJ turntables at a youth community centre near AdelaideGetty
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Prince William has a go at street art using a can of spray paintGetty

The royals were also shown a few skateboarding tricks before being presented with a skateboard for their son Prince George. They also unveiled a plaque renaming the forecourt of the civic centre 'Prince George Plaza', after their nine-month-old son.

Kate Middleton wore a pale pink Alexander McQueen dress with a deep V-neckline, teamed with nude shoes from LK Bennett.

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City of Playford Mayor, Glenn Docherty, presents a skateboard with the word 'George' painted on it to the parents of Prince GeorgeGetty
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Kate Middleton and Prince William unveil a plaque naming a plaza after their son Prince GeorgeGetty
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Kate Middleton wore a pale pink Alexander McQueen dress with a deep V-neckline, teamed with shoes from LK BennettGetty
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Prince William chats to 100-year old Monica Swarbrick outside the Playford Civic CentreGetty
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Prince William interacts with a member of the crowd at the Playford Civic CentreGetty
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Kate greets members of the public who had come to see the royals at the Playford Civic CentreGetty
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The royal couple wave to people outside the Playford Civic Centre near AdelaideGetty