If the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee has done anything, it has made the previously preconceived as stuffy, Prince Charles, seem somewhat cool.
With the stoic pushed to one side, the next in line to the throne has been able to showcase that he actually has a sense of humor, and is overall, a good sport about things.
Fresh from his stint of reading the weather on the BBC, Prince Charles decided to give DJing a spin during a visit to Toronto.
According to the guardian.co.uk, Charles worked with instructors from the Uforchange initiative that teaches a range of arts programmes to young people.
After asking if he needed to wear headphones, instructor DJ Loquenz, real name Fayola Leach, told the Prince: “You do if you want to progress to the next level.”
Charles, wearing a pinstriped grey suit and striped tie, joked: “The days of disco are long gone.”
Charles got a huge cheer when he tried and got it right first time, and the music boomed out from the speakers.
He also mastered switching between the two-track creating a club atmosphere that had the instructors singing his praises.