The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were given a royal welcome to the Adelaide suburb of Elizabeth by 15,000 cheering fans.
Elizabeth was built in an era of optimism in the 1950s and named after the Queen.
William and Kate paid a visit to a youth project in Adelaide to meet young people and promote efforts to regenerate the area.
At a community music center called Northern Sound System, the couple tried their hand at scratching vinyl records.
After their DJ’ing lesson, the Duke and Duchess unveiled a plaque for a planned new office development named Prince George Plaza after their son Prince George. It will be the focal point of a blueprint to make Elizabeth the second biggest business center in the state.
Next on the agenda, they watched a scooter display and BMX demonstration at a nearby skate park and where they were presented with a customized skate board for Prince George.
Kate wore a bespoke pale pink, v neck light-weight wool skirt suit by Alexander McQueen. It features a low-cut plunge neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a pleated knee length skirt.
It closely resembles the off the rack Pique Jersey Peplum Top (originally $1005 reduced to $502) and the MCQ by Alexander McQueen pleated a-line skirt ($825).
Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore her signature LK Bennett Sledges, her LK Bennett Natalie clutch, her Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch, her Annoushka Pearl Drop earrings, and her three-charm ‘Woodland’ necklace from Asprey London.
•90% Wool, 10% Cashmere
•Lining: 75% Polyamide, 25% Elastane
•Designer color name: Powder