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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 »

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