The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - aka Kate Middleton and Prince William - have launched their YouTube channel.
The first 25-second video was released this Thursday, it mixes images of the princely couple on a sofa, very accomplices, and archive images of official trips.
The channel is already followed by more than 300,000 people.
We're now on @YouTube!
Subscribe: https://t.co/nRQZXPRtuT pic.twitter.com/1rHJK8dhRy
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 5, 2021
On Wednesday, the official Twitter account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced their arrival on the video platform.
"Better late than never," admitted the prince on his Instagram account.
Ten years of marriage
On April 29, the couple celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary.
After having served for ten years as Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, titles they received from the Queen on their union, the couple are among the most appreciated members of the institution.
And it shows in the comments of this ad.
Fans seem delighted to see them arrive on video.
For its part, the YouTube account of the royal family has more than 800,000 subscribers.
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