Prince William and Duchess Catherine just revealed the launch of their exciting new venture with the perfect video

Prepare to see A LOT more of the Duke & Duchess.
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If, like us, you simply cannot get enough of Prince William, Duchess Catherine and their beautiful family, you’re in luck.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have today announced the launch of their very own YouTube channel.

Translation: More exciting insights and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the family’s life.

The news was revealed via the Duke and Duchess’ official social media accounts with a very fitting and sweet video.

“Be careful what you say now!” Wills warns.

(Duke and Duchess of Cambridge)

Kate and Wills also opted for a somewhat cheeky caption, matching the upbeat tone of the video.

“Better late than never – we’re now on @YouTube 🎥 ,” it reads.

The Duke and Duchess open the clip with an equally cheeky intro whereby the Prince warns his wife: “Be careful what you say now, these guys are filming everything.”

To which Kate nervously laughs: “I know!”

The video then cuts to a montage of clips of the couple fulfilling their royal duties and visiting countless events and charitable organisations.

Our favourite moment by far, however, is the rare glimpse into the couple’s relaxed dynamic as they interact between takes. At one point, Kate even corrects her husband’s pronunciation telling him: “You don’t need to roll your ‘R’.”

Kate tells Will not to roll his ‘R’ so much.

(Duke and Duchess of Cambridge)

Bring on more of these candid moments, we say!

A very different kind of video from the couple sent royal fans into a frenzy last week with the Duke and Duchess sharing a beautifully curated clip for their 10th wedding anniversary.

The couple released a video for their anniversary last week.

(Will War/Kensington Palace)

To mark the milestone the royal couple released the video which showcased their off-duty family dynamic with their three children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, three.

The stylised home video, which was captured by film maker Will Warr, shows the loved-up couple, who tied the knot on April 29 2011, relaxed and at ease as they play with their young children on the rolling hills of their country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

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