The Cambridges arrive in Elizabeth, Adelaide [Getty]
We're reaching the end of the Royal Tour, but that doesn't mean Kate is facing an 'end of holiday' suitcase emergency. Today the Duke and Duchess learnt to DJ (seriously, more on that later), at a hip hop school in the Adelaide suburb of Elizabeth. So what did the Duchess wear to take to the decks? McQueen, of course.
The DJ-ing Duchess opted for a pale pink wool skirt suit by Alexander McQueen, with her signuture nude L.K. Bennett pumps (obvs) and drop pearl earrings. Well you didn't think you'd catch her in a YOLO beanie, did you?
Mic, check! It's DJ K Middy [Getty]
DJ K Midz hit the decks first, giving enthusiastic thumbs up to the crowd during her 'set'. Their coach DJ Shane Peterer said: 'She was fantastic but he can fly a helicopter. So horses for courses.' William might be a lousy DJ, but he gets points for picking up a spray can and leaving his royal mark on the mural outside.
The royal couple are given a skateboard for Prince George [Getty]
It turns out Wills is a fan of dance music - maybe he'll buy some decks for K Midz at Kensington Palace. He said at the event: 'I like house music, I still like a bit of rock and roll and the classics and a bit of R and B. I'm not a big heavy metal fan. I'd like to be but I'm not.' We think that's probably for the best - the Queen may have issues with skull tattoos.
Kate's McQueen moments
Kate's other McQueen looks on the Royal Tour [Getty]
It comes as no surprise to see Kate wearing an ensemble from Alexander McQueen, her trusted go-to for style armoury. The esteemed British fashion house, which is under the leadership of designer Sarah Burton, has served her well on many formal occasions, including the christening of Prince George, the Jubilee boat pageant and the Military Awards. Oh, and her wedding day. This is her third McQueen look on the Royal Tour so far, making it her most-worn label Down Under.
See Kate's complete Royal Tour wardrobe in the gallery below...