Watch: Prince William and Kate start a YouTube channel

Watch: Prince William and Kate start a YouTube channel

Will they be making mukbang videos? Will and Kate have officially launched their very own YouTube page.

Prince William and Kate
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge/ YouTube

We never thought we would see the day when Prince William and his wife Kate would start a YouTube channel.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a promo for their channel on Wednesday. 

"Better late than never - we're now on @YouTube," the couple said. The promo showed off Will and Kate's playful side. 

"Be careful what you say now because these guys are filming everything," Willia, teased. They gained more than 200,000 subscribers in less than 24 hours. 

"I can’t believe the future king and queen of the UK are having something like this, bravo!" one YouTube user commented.

Another user joked: "Looking forward to 'Royals try the spicy noodle challenge'."

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William and Kate are not the first royal family members to launch their own channel. In 2007, Queen Elizabeth launched her own platform, 'The Royal Family', to promote the British monarchy. 

The channel has close to a million subscribers. 

William and Kate have featured multiple times on 'The Royal Family' channel. Clips from their 2011 wedding were shared on the page.

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William and Kate are increasing their social media presence, and seem more open to sharing personal family moments. 

Just last week, the couple shared a sweet video featuring their children, Prince George , Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, to thank their supporters for messaging them on their 10th 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."

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