• Kate Middleton, Prince William featured Queen Elizabeth, their kids in YouTube video
  • The couple usually shares clips of themselves on other social media platforms
  • Kate and William celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in April

Kate Middleton and Prince William proved how popular they are after they garnered a significant number of subscribers on YouTube. The Duke and Duchess Cambridge surpassed 500,000 subscribers Wednesday on the popular video-sharing platform, just a few weeks after they launched their official channel.

It was not long ago when Kate and William followed the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth II and Sarah Ferguson, who previously launched their YouTube channels.

The royal couple launched their own YouTube channel on May 5, and they kicked off their vlogging journey with a 25-second introductory clip featuring some footage of them gracing public events and galas.

The couple also included some unseen clips of Queen Elizabeth and their three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. The earlier part of the video featured Prince William telling Kate to be careful of what she says because they are being filmed already.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also included a funny behind-the-scenes video from a special message they shot for St. Patrick’s Day. The comedic outtake showed a concerned Kate telling Prince William that he did not need to roll his Rs.

The very first video entry of the Cambridge couple on their official YouTube channel already garnered more than 3.4 million views. It also generated over 141,000 likes and 13,543 comments as of this writing.

Although their official YouTube channel is new, Kate and Prince William have been sharing videos of themselves and their family on other social media platforms for quite some time.

In April, the couple shared a sweet clip of their brood spending some quality time together at Anmer Hall, which is the family’s country home.

The Cambridges were seen playing on the beach, roasting marshmallows, and running around the property. The royal couple also shared a heartfelt message alongside the video.

"Thank you to everyone for the kind messages on our wedding anniversary,” Kate Middleton and Prince William wrote. “We are enormously grateful for the 10 years of support we have received in our lives as a family. W & C."

Kate Middleton and Prince William
Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, react during a visit to Manor Farm in Little Stainton, near Durham, north east England on April 27, 2021. OWEN HUMPHREYS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images