This week, Kate Middleton and Prince William decided to make some changes to their social media platforms. And by that I mean they changed their Instagram handle from @KensingtonRoyal to @DukeAndDuchessOfCambridge and they launched a YouTube channel. And said YouTube channel features a couple of behind-the-scenes bloopers, including an Instagram vs. reality of Kate and William celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day.
The couple’s original Saint Patrick’s Day video was filmed in collaboration with world leaders including President Biden. Prince William opened his and Kate’s segment with “Beannachtai na Feile Padraig oraibh,” which means “Saint Patrick’s Day blessings.” Naturally, a clip of the Cambridges’ message was posted over on Instagram, with the couple looking flawless per usual:
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But in reality, William was pretty nervous about his pronunciation, and bloopers from the scene show Kate telling him, “You don’t need to roll your Rs,” to which Will responds, “Do I not roll those?”
Meanwhile, another blooper-y clip shows Kate and William joking around with each other prior to recording a video, with William saying, “By the way, be careful what you say now because these guys, they’re filming everything,” while Kate laughs.
More of this please.
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It’s unclear what kind of content Kate and William will post on their new channel, but here’s to hoping they follow in the footsteps of their YouTube forefathers and spend their time filming beauty tutorials and releasing dramatic apology vlogs.
Either way, one of the very first posts on their newly relaunched Instagram account is a sweet message for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son, Archie, so check that out this way!
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