Kate Middleton and Prince William's extraordinary wedding cake required some tricky maneuvering at Buckingham Palace.
Fiona Cairns, who led the team behind the royal couple's wedding cake in 2011, appeared on ITV's new documentary The Day Will and Kate Got Married to discuss the behind-the-scenes difficulties to get the eight-tiered, three feet-tall fruit cake design into the reception venue — which just happened to be Queen Elizabeth's royal residence in London.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are giving royals fans a behind-the-scenes look at their royal life — bloopers and all.
The couple announced the launch of their new YouTube channel on Wednesday with a new video. In addition to a highlight reel of Kate, 39, and William, 38, taking on royal events — including a clip of Kate shooting a bow and arrow in Bhutan and William flying a helicopter — the video includes never-before-seen footage of the couple showing off their playful rapport.
One new clip shows Kate and Prince William filming their 2021 St. Patrick's Day greeting, where William spoke the Irish language. Kate corrects her husband's pronunciation: "You don't need to roll your r's."
"Do I not roll those?" William replied, to which Kate shakes her head and says, "No."
Kate Middleton and Prince William are doing some royal rebranding!
In addition to the launch of their new YouTube channel on Wednesday, the couple has also updated their Instagram account from @kensingtonroyal to @dukeandduchessofcambridge, although their Twitter page remains @kensingtonroyal. The @kensingtonroyal account now redirects to the new page.