Prince William and Kate Middleton are bringing their kingship on YouTube.
A 25-second video filmed by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their YouTube channel this Wednesday where this couple shooted various generous events, galas, work, and play.
The fans of the royal family could see a few clips including Queen Elizabeth II and William and Kate’s three children: Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
Their YouTube debut video starts with this royal couple sitting on a sofa. Prince William jokes with Kate while pointing to the camera and people behind it, saying: “Be careful what you say now because these guys are filming everything.”
“I know,” Kate replies,
This video shows their engagement clips, William flying a helicopter, and their official visit to Bhutan.
It also shows a laughing Kate shearing sheep during a visit to a Lake District farm, William sitting with Sir David Attenborough to promote the duke’s Earth shot environment prize, and the couple admiring billboards showcasing Kate’s Hold Still photographic project.
In one clip, an outtake from this year’s St Patrick’s Day video, Kate tells William: “You don’t need to roll your Rs.” They will continue exclusive videos posted on YouTube in the coming months. They already use Twitter and Instagram to promote their work.
Before them to promote the British monarchy The Queen published her own channel on YouTube in2007.
During this pandemic situation, the content of YouTube videos of the royal family become popular on the social media world.