When Kate Middleton and Prince William take the throne, things will be shaken up, as their leadership style is more modern.
"Kate and William are totally different and operate in a totally different way. They're great," Kent Gavin, who worked as a royal photographer for many years, told the Daily Express. "It's the best thing the royal family could have."
Although William, 39, and Kate, 39, will be a breath of fresh air for the public, Gavin insists that "there will never be another Diana," referring to William and Prince Harry's late mother.
This year, the couple proved that they are more relatable by launching a YouTube channel and sharing more photos of their kids on social media.
"It's obviously an important medium for the Cambridges, and up until now, they shared that platform with the royal family. So, I think it's quite significant that we have seen them branch away, set up for their own channel and give them the emphasis that they are now putting on social media, on video," royal expert Katie Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight. "This is really important to them. We are covering the royal family in a very different way today, that is largely due to the pandemic. We don't cover engagements the way we used to, we simply can't have many [reporters] on the ground covering these engagements."
She added, "So, we're very dependent on the royals to cover their engagements and what they are up to through the mediums of videos. So, this feels like a very fitting time to launch a channel and it was an opportunity to launch a lovely teaser in which we saw William and Kate and some behind-the-scenes outtakes."