The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to an Ibiza superclub during a wild trip to the party island, it has been claimed.

And Prince William was so impressed with the night out he called up the organiser the next day and told him he'd got him into dance music, a party organiser claimed.

Kate Middleton and William visited Pacha nightclub and were guests of DJ Erick Morillo, who died this week, and Francisco Ferrer, Pacha's artistic director.

The memory was posted by Ibiza party organiser Tony Truman, who said he was "blown away" when Wills rang to thank him.

Tony – former partner of EastEnders' star Charlie Brooks – revealed the memory on his Instagram account in a tribute to Erick Morillo, who died on Tuesday, just days after being arrested on suspicion of sexual battery.

Prince William reportedly loved the nightlife so much he rang one club organiser to thank him

He said Morillo had "loved life so much" and would be "properly missed by all".

He then went on: "A story just came to me about Eric that I will never forget many moons ago (12) or so years I think – HRH Prince William came to Ibiza and I had the pleasure to help arrange his party plans while on the island with Kate and their entourage.

"I asked Eric and @francisco-ferrerfr to look after him @pachaofficial for Eric's @subliminalrecords night.

"They obviously done a great job as the next day I get a call from HRH William (like you casually do) and Wills says thank you Tony I was not a fan of house music until last night and your friend Eric was amazing, now I love it.

"I was blown away, not just by Wills casually calling me, but that Eric had got the Royal RnB loving posse into House Music."

Pacha is one of Ibiza's superclubs

Tony's memory puts their visit in 2008, however the couple are known to have visited Ibiza in 2006, not long before their infamous split and while William was on a break from military training at Sandhurst.

According to royal experts, the 2006 trip was one of just a handful where William, then 24, felt able to really let his hair down.

Among their group was Pippa, Kate's younger sister, and their brother James, as well as Harry and William's friend Guy Pelly.

And Kate even had to tell William off for his behaviour at points during the trip, it has been claimed.

Author and broadcaster Vicky Ward claimed last year that Kate thought he was a bit too at ease.

Writing for Vanity Fair, she said: "Interestingly, of the tight-knit royal clique who hit the clubs with increasing regularity, perhaps the most aware of the bad impression they were creating was Middleton.

Will and Kate partied on the island in their younger years

"On vacation in 2006, Prince William and Guy Pelly, an old friend in the group, often referred to as the 'court jester,' were careering around on mopeds in front of a rented house in Ibiza.

"According to a source, Middleton came out of the house and, matron-like, told them to stop.

"She said, 'Anyone could be watching! Go out the back and stop behaving like this!'

"Like chastened schoolboys, the two did what they were told.

"William may not have liked it, but Middleton's judgment was almost certainly right."

The group – who had rented a villa on the island – were seen on a yacht during their stay.

A year later, the Kate and Wills temporarily split, blaming the pressure of being in the public eye and too much time apart.

Though, of course, they got back together and married in 2011.