The Queen famously wakes to sound of the bagpipes, Prince William ‘starts his day rocking to AC/DC’


Prince William and Kate start their day rocking to AC/DC’s Thunderstruck: The Queen famously wakes to sound of the bagpipes… now the Duke reveals his favourite morning music also owes something to Scotland

  • Prince William reveals that his favourite morning music owes something to Scotland
  • He says the Cambridges start their working week by playing Thunderstruck, a track by AC/DC
  • ‘There’s nothing better than listening to Thunderstruck,’ the 39-year-old said










His grandmother famously wakes to the sound of bagpipes, and now Prince William reveals that his favourite morning music also owes something to Scotland. 

He says the Cambridges start their working week by playing Thunderstruck, a track by AC/DC, the Australian rock band formed by Scottish-born brothers Angus and Malcolm Young.

Prince says the Cambridges start their working week by playing Thunderstruck, a track by AC/DC, the Australian rock band formed by Scottish-born brothers Angus, left, and Malcolm Young

Prince says the Cambridges start their working week by playing Thunderstruck, a track by AC/DC, the Australian rock band formed by Scottish-born brothers Angus, left, and Malcolm Young

‘There’s nothing better, when you’re a bit bleary-eyed after the weekend and trying to get yourself back into the grind of the week, than listening to Thunderstruck,’ he says of a track that reached No13 in the UK charts in 1990.

The Prince adds: ‘It absolutely wakes you up, puts your week in the best mood possible, and you feel like you can take on anything and anyone… It’s a difficult song not to dance to or to nod along to.’

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