Kate Middleton ‘snaps’ at Prince William ‘don’t roll r’s’ in first YouTube clip

Kate Middleton has taken a cheeky swipe at husband Prince William's pronunciation in their newly dropped video on their official YouTube channel.

The royal couple made their cameo appearance on the video-sharing platform under the account "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge".

At the beginning of the 25-second clip, William warned Kate to "be careful" of what she is saying, adding: "You're on camera now. These guys are filming everything!"

Throughout the clip, they show some of the charity works they have attended and royal events that they participated in.

At one point, the video edit cuts back to a snippet of Kate and William on St Patrick's Day, March 17.

Kate, who dresses up in the amazing bright green Zara tweed jacket, stands next to her husband before she turns to him, saying: "You don't need to roll your R's."

William takes a quick pause and replies: "Do I not?"

The segment happened after William spoke Irish Gaelic in a St Patrick's Day video message for the Irish government.

And Kate's comment was believed to be pointing at his pronunciation when he said "Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh," meaning "Happy St Patrick's Day".

Viewers were excited about the launch of their YouTube channel and were surprised by their humour in front of the camera.

One commented with a laugh-cry emoji: "I don't know what I expected but not that, Kate shading William! Haha."

A second wrote: "I love this news, the video and how funny you two are with each other. I will definitely subscribe."

"I love this so much!" a third added. "So nice to see the humour between the Duke and Duchess. Subscribing now!"

Their channel has quickly amassed more than 21,000 subscribers in the last hour.

The Royal Family already has a YouTube channel, as do Kate and William's projects The Royal Foundation and Earthshot.

This move is likely to be interpreted by commentators as the couple further establishing their public voice on a platform that has a huge online audience.

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