KATE Middleton was filmed trying to DJ, but Prince William was not impressed – saying it sounded like a cat and claiming it “hurt his ears”.

The Duchess of Cambridge tried her hand at the decks as she and William put on a united front today, kicking off their tour of Scotland.

Kate was with William at the Scottish Violence Reduction Centre in Cockenzie, East Lothian, this afternoon when she hit the decks.

She can be seen leaning over the DJ turntable as a man in a red hoodie pressed some buttons, setting up a beat.

The man appears to point out a button to Kate, who proceeds to press several buttons, creating a low tune that plays over the top of the base beat.

The duchess then turns around to face the rest of the room, where several people – including her husband – are standing and sitting, visibly laughing at the tune she has created.

The man beside her bops his head along to the tune, putting a hand in the air and saying “that’s pretty good!”

The pair lean back over the turntable together, and Kate has another go on the decks, adding an electric tune into the mix. 

Kate turns around once again to laugh at William, who laughs, before remarking to her  “it sounds like a cat”.

He speaks to someone next to him on the couch inaudibly, before saying to Kate “please turn that one off, it’s hurting my ears”.

Prince William arrived in Scotland ahead of Kate and spent the weekend visiting a lower league football club to discuss mental health and testing out an electric racing car in the iconic Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife.

Prince William is in Scotland after being appointed Lord High Commissioner of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

He spent the morning at Turning Point Scotland in North Lanarkshire, where he and Kate spoke with individuals supported by the organisation that provides support to people facing challenging situations.

During their visit, Kate and William also joined a video call with staff and service users of TPS’ Glasgow Overdose Response Team to hear some of the successes of the service.

It was claimed the Queen is set to lead a charm offensive to convince Scotland to remain in the UK after rumblings of independence.

On Friday the Duke had to politely fend off the advances of a 96-year-old female admirer while visiting elderly residents of a care home in Edinburgh.

Great-grandmother and ex-servicewoman Betty Magee, 96, stole William’s attention when she said: It’s customary in these parts to give a lady a kiss on the cheek.”

William replied: “Oh you are sweet. You’ll make me blush.”

William showed no signs of stress amid the Martin Bashir BBC scandal as he joked and chatted with the elderly residents.

It’s been a tough week for the Royal Family with the Queen reportedly “deeply upset” by Prince Harry’s “very personal” criticisms of his relatives.

The Royal Family has been rocked by Harry unleashing a string of “truth bombs” that started with the interview he and his wife Meghan Markle gave to Oprah Winfrey in March.

The 36-year-old has since gone on to speak to Dax Shepard on the Armchair Expert podcast – saying his life was like the film The Truman Show and that he had felt “more free” since moving to the US.

The Duke of Sussex also said he moved to the US with Meghan and baby son Archie to escape his “genetic pain”.

Harry then claimed his family had showed “total neglect” for his mental health in a Oprah documentary, The Me You Can’t See.

The Duke of Sussex also said he moved to the US with Meghan and baby son Archie to escape his “genetic pain”.

The string of claims has reportedly rocked the Royal Family back in the UK.

An unnamed source told the Mail on Sunday: “Harry’s grandmother has taken this very personally and is deeply upset by what Harry has said, in particular his comments about Charles’s parenting and suggesting his father knows no better because of how he was brought up.

“It has been a very upsetting time.”

Amid Harry’s bombshells, the royals have been dealing with scandal surrounding Martin Bashir’s interview with Princess Diana.

On Saturday, Prince William issued a scathing statment about the BBC’s actions after an inquiry found the broadcaster covered up Bashir’s “deceitful behaviour”.

The future king said the lies about the Royal Family “played on her fears and fuelled paranoia” and he insisted the BBC’s failings “not only let my mother down, and my family down; they let the public down”.

And it was Prince William who personally wrote the first draft of his damning statement before handing it over to Kensington Palace staff to make amendments, the Telegraph reports.

The father-of-three, who was just 13 at the time of the broadcast and 15 when his mother died, spoke candidly in news reports last night following the publication of Lord Dyson’s damning report.

The report found Bashir forged bank statements, told Diana she was being spied on and that Prince Charles was having an affair with Tiggy Legge-Bourke — Harry and William’s nanny.

Bashir spun malicious tales in a bid to win her trust and secure a world-exclusive interview amid her divorce from Prince Charles.

A source close to the duke told the Telegraph: “The Panorama interview has always been a problem for William, it’s just until now the full extent of the problem was unknown. 

“The whole thing has been very painful for him personally.

“The idea that she thought everyone was listening in to her conversations – including him, as a child, he has found very difficult to come to terms with. 

“There’s that – and then the commercialisation of it all that also really bothered him.

“The fact that the BBC not only covered it up but along with Bashir kept on getting loads of glory for the scoop.”

A friend told the paper: “I don’t think the Prince will cut his son off despite what Harry has said.


    Source: Read Full Article