Cover The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on a three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2014, their first official trip overseas with son, Prince George of Cambridge. (Photo: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have launched their own Youtube Channel with a fun 25 second trailer

The Royal Family has had their fair share of the spotlight recently—and today there's another newsworthy development and an exciting one at that. Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have launched their very own Youtube channel. As of writing, they've amassed 163,000 subscribers and are already verified on the platform.

Their first video, a 25-second trailer is inching closer to a million views, with close to 690,000 views after only just a few hours. 

In the trailer, Prince William starts off by giving his wife a jesting warning to "be careful what you say, because they're filming everything". Set to a fun, dancey beat, the clip follows with exciting glimpses of their Royal life, from (what appears to be) official state visits to Prince William cooking and Kate Middleton shearing sheep. It's a fun, personable look at the Duke and Duchess' life that we're more than excited to see more of!

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Something else fans may have noticed about the social media activity of the Duke and Duchess: they've recently changed their Instagram handle from Kensington Royal to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge; this is likely to keep a uniform username throughout all their future posts and channels. 

Check out their YouTube channel here.