Prince William & Kate Middleton Launch Their Own YouTube Channel — Watch Their First Video!
Fans will be able to get up close and personal with Kate Middleton and Prince William, as they are launching their own YouTube channel!
"Be careful what you say now because these guys are filming you," William, 38, begins in the clip, which was released on Wednesday, May 5.
"I know!" Kate responds while laughing.
In the video, it shows the couple attending several royal events — from soccer games to getting their hands dirty at a farm to meeting Sir David Attenborough and so much more.
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"We’re now on @YouTube!" the pair wrote on their official Twitter account.
Of course, fans were thrilled to hear the exciting news. One person wrote, "Now this is how you do it. [Meghan] Markle should watch and learn. Oh that's right, she did and didn't like it!!" while another echoed, "Finally!!!! So great to have a new way to follow all your engagements, news, updates etc... well done!!! It’s so important really to be seen in all media."
A third user added, "Marvelous to have you on YouTube. I have subscribed."
Last week, the pair gave fans a glimpse into their lives when they shared a new video on their 10th wedding anniversary.
"Thank you to everyone for the kind messages on our wedding anniversary. We are enormously grateful for the 10 years of support we have received in our lives as a family. W&C. 📹 @willwarr," Kensington Royal captioned the video on Instagram.
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It's believed that when William becomes king, he "plans to modernize some aspects and is making it his mission to be more relatable than previous generations," a source said.
William and Kate clearly want fans to get to know them in a different way.
"Because while they fiercely guard their privacy, what they're very good at doing is putting out just enough – photographs and now a video clip of private family time that makes the public feel that they are invested in them and they are getting to see a little bit of that behind the scenes magic," royal expert Roya Nikkhah explained of their family video.