Royals pivot to very ‘powerful’ tool to protect voice of members ‘Didn’t have it before!’


THE Royal Family could increasingly turn to social media to share “behind the scenes” information, a royal commentator claimed.

“They now have their voice, they didn’t have that back in the 90s and if I were them, then I would be running social media and they are giving a bit of access because people always know what is happening behind the scenes.

“The Royals never told us that Prince Harry was seeing Meghan Markle, the journalist discovered that and we want to know that but it’s a very tenuous relationship and how that’s managed going forward particularly when the Queen passes, I think will be really interesting.”

Earlier this year on May 5, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge launched their own YouTube channel making their presence on social media wider.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first glimpse on their Youtube Channel

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge first glimpse on their Youtube Channel (Image: YOUTUBE/The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge)

Prince Charles at Homerton College in Cambridge

Prince Charles at Homerton College in Cambridge (Image: Twitter)

They shared a teaser of themselves fulfilling the royal duties with sneak-peek into behind the scenes of the palace gates.

The teaser also includes the couple’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis clapping on their doorstep during the Clap for Carers event.

The Duchess of Cambridge also chose to take control over her children’s pictures from the paparazzi.

She has been using her photographic skills to avoid breach of privacy by giving the world a glimpse into her life by clicking an adorable snap of Prince George on his eighth birthday.

Speaking to The Telegraph, royal commentator Camilla Tominey said: “The paparazzi – there’s no market anymore because the Duchess comes out with her family photos and they’re far more valuable to the press than images taken at a long lens.

“That’s how The Cambridges are going to strike the balance, they’re going to give in order to receive a degree of privacy back.”

She added: “George’s childhood will be very different from the royals who have gone before him.

“His generation is the digital generation and the challenges for the Cambridges as time goes on is how to manage public interest in their son with their own privacy.”

The royal couple keeps the British public updated about their activities with pictures and videos of their outings.

Prince Charles lately shared about their visit to the AstraZeneca’s new Research and Development Centre in Cambridge followed by highlights of his speech to students at Homerton College in support of diversity through their ‘Get In Cambridge’ and Changemakers initiatives.


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