The Prince of Wales already surprised viewers when he played weatherman for a day in Scotland, and now the 63-year-old has tried his hand at being a DJ.RELATED: Prince William hardly slept before his royal wedding
Charles learned to scratch and fade records during his Toronto trip with Camilla Parker-Bowles as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Prince Charles learned the art of being a DJ from Fayola Leach, also known as DJ Loquenz, who is an instructor at Uforchange, an arts programme for youth.
During his tutorial, Charles asked his instructor if he needed to wear headphones, to which Leach replied: "You do if you want to progress to the next level."
Dressed in a pinstripe suite and oversized headphones, the royal joked: "The days of disco are long gone."
After receiving cheers for his attempt at switching tracks, the Prince spoke with young people from the course as well as students of fashion and photography._