Prince Charles is proving to be a jack- of- all -trades. Earlier this month he featured on the BBC as a weatherman and now he is in Toronto spinning the decks as a DJ. The Duke of Cornwall attempted spinning vinyl at Toronto's Yonge Street Mission, where he was directed by a team of youths. He looked slightly awkward wearing a double breasted suit with oversized headphones, but he still got a round of applause for his efforts.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, are touring Canada as a part of a four-day Diamond Jubilee tour. [Scroll down for the video]
This is not the first time Prince Charles has tried his hand at DJing. Last year, he was caught on camera DJing at a center for the homeless, where he famously uttered the words, Did That Crazy Rhythm.
Earlier this month, Prince Charles presented the weather at the BBC's Scotland headquarters. The video titled Royal Weatherman went viral.
The royal delivery was certainly smooth and charming and brought smiles to many faces across the nation as he demonstrated examples of ad-libbing .
This afternoon it will be cold, wet, and windy across most of Scotland, he began potential for a few flurries over Balmoral-where the royal family has a castle-he quipped: Who the hell wrote this script?