Prince William and Kate Middleton were all about the music when they visited a studio and hit the turntables on Wednesday. The couple's latest royal tour stop was Elizabeth, a suburb of Adelaide named after Will's grandmother the queen. The suburb first formed in 1955, and Queen Elizabeth II made a visit eight years later, in 1963. During Wednesday's trip, the royals stopped at a music studio and workshop for young people called Northern Sound System, where they looked more than a little excited to play DJ for the day. Outside the studio, the pair visited the nearby skate park to watch a group of skateboarders show off their best moves. Afterward, Will and Kate made their way to Playford Civic Centre to attend a reception hosted by the governor and premier of South Australia.
Although Prince William and Kate's sweet little one wasn't present for the day's festivities, there have been plenty of adorable Prince George moments on the royal tour, and it's likely we'll see another royal-baby appearance when the group jets back to England on Friday. In the meantime, take a look at all the best pictures from Will and Kate's latest stop, and check back to see the rest of the day's events!