He's turned his hand to being a weatherman, and now Prince Charles has been showing off his skill on the decks in Toronto, Canada.
Yes, the royal impressed staff at the Yonge Street Mission, an organisation that helps young people develop new skills, with his DJ moves.
The Prince and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall are on a four-day tour of Canada as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The royal couple have visited four communities in the time they have been there, which has also seen Prince Charles showing off his hockey skills in Saint John.
He also reminisced about his time there training as a military pilot, before presenting 13-year-old Marshal Howard with a Diamond Jubilee Medal for raising money for a scholarship in memory of Pte. David Greenslade, a soldier from Saint John who died on 8 April 2007, while serving in Afghanistan.
But we think it's his DJ skills that have impressed the Canadians the most...
See some of Canada's highlights below: