Kate Middleton tried her hand at sound mixing at her first royal engagement with Prince William for their 2021 royal tour of Scotland but her attempt was met with disapproval from her husband.

The couple was at the Heavy Sound C.I.C, a Scottish organization, which helps the underprivileged develop their abilities in music, arts and sports. The Duchess of Cambridge was asked to drop a beat and fiddle with sound mixing equipment. However, as she tried to press the buttons, William called out to his wife, albeit jokingly, to turn off the music as it's hurting his ears.

Beneath the face mask, Kate Middleton laughed as her husband kept teasing her. Before they left the center, the duchess told the people that she's sorry for making such a terrible song. William, once again, laughed at his wife and told the staff to delete any evidence of the duchess playing bad music.

Middleton joined her husband on Monday in Scotland but William had been in the highlands since the weekend as he is representing Queen Elizabeth at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who will be called the Earl and Countess of Strathearn while they are in town, went to several organizations right away and even prepared meals for the community in Edinburgh.

Later this week, royal fans are anticipating William and Middleton's visit to St. Andrew's University, the school where they met and fell in love 20 years ago. The couple will be talking to the current students about their coping mechanisms while going to school during the pandemic.

Earlier, William had a "flirty" time with a 96-year-old woman when he visited a Scottish care facility. The old lady wanted to break social distancing rules and give the Duke of Cambridge a kiss but he promised he will return when the rules are more relaxed and give her the kiss on the cheeks that she was asking for,

Prior to joining her husband, however, Middleton also recorded a video message for Nursing Now, to thank the frontliners. The Duchess of Cambridge is the royal patron of the organization, which was created in 2018.

Kate Middleton said in her speech that at the time Nursing Now was created, no one had an inkling of the challenges they would face as the pandemic hit. She told the nurses that their hard work has been appreciated, especially in this most critical time.