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Kate and William launch their own YouTube channel

Kate and William launch their own YouTube channel

KATE Middleton and Prince William have launched their own YouTube channel today with a cheeky montage.

The pair are expanding their social media presence, after running a successful Twitter account and Instagram page.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge taken at Kensington Palace last week to mark their 10th wedding anniversary


This afternoon they released a 25 second clip compiling some of the moments where they have met with and larked around with royal fans.

Most of them appear to have been filmed before Covid restrictions came in, with the maskless pair getting close with eager members of the public.

The video begins with William pointing at the camera and saying: "Be careful what you say now, because these guys are here filming everything."

Kate laughs and says "I know" before upbeat music starts up and the footage starts.

A tweet on their Kensington Royal account said "we're now on You Tube", as they encouraged people to subscribe.

The footage shows them on dozens of royal engagements, chatting and laughing with people.

At the very end as they are preparing to record a message, Kate tells William "you don't need to roll your R's", as she critiques his elocution.

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The Duchess of Cambridge has a passion for photography, often using her own snaps to mark milestone occasions and give a glimpse into family life.

Last week the couple celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary by releasing a montage of clips of the doting parents and their kids.

The candid footage shows the family of five scrambling on sand dunes and roasting marshmallows on a campfire.

As they revealed the film, the pair wrote to well-wishers: "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."

It comes as Prince William joked he's the country's "best armchair manager" as he visited his beloved Aston Villa yesterday.

The lifelong fan also turned up sporting the club's colours - a claret jumper and blue shirt - as he opened the new training centre.

In the clips Kate is seen helping a youngest put on his safety gear

One section of the montage shows them filmed walking together through various events

William pitches in at a kitchen serving up meals


And an interview Kate carried out with a Ugandan midwife was released today.

The Duchess of Cambridge spoke with Harriet Nayiga, the founder of Community Transformation - a charity which aims to bridge the gap between midwives and Ugandan communities.

The chat between the pair has been published in Nursing Times, to mark the finale of Nursing Now - a three year global campaign to increase the status of nursing.

Earlier this year Meghan Markle and Prince Harry quit social media after bad experiences with trolling.

The pair no longer use Twitter or Facebook, but still post on their Instagram account and on their Archewell website.

It comes after Meghan last year spoke of the “almost unsurvivable” pain she suffered at the hands of online trolls.

In October last year, Prince Harry told a virtual summit hosted by TIME100 that people needed to "take back control" of their use of social media and devices.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge play golf during a visit to the Cheesy Waffles Project



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