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Kate playfully corrects William in new royal video

 Kate playfully corrects William in new royal video

"Be careful what you say." William and Kate brag about their silly side as they release unseen footage on their new YouTube channel.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are giving us a sneak peek, behind-the-scenes check out royal life – and yes, that has the bloopers.

In a new video released on their social media, the royal couple announced that they are now branching out into YouTube worlds.

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In addition to a "top cut" display of Kate and William's royal visits and walks including sheep shearing and William helicopter pilot, it also includes some clips never seen before.

One clip, near the end of the video, shows Kate and William filming their good wishes for St. Patrick's Day this year, as William tries to speak Gaelic. Kate are often seen pulling a face and correcting his pronunciation: “You don’t got to roll your Rs.”

William asks, “Do I not got to roll those?” Kate shakes her head and firmly replies, “No.”

The other un-seen clip are often found at the beginning of the video. It shows the Duke and Duchess reception , having amusing behind the scenes.

William warns Kate: “By the way, take care what you say now because these guys, they’re filming everything!”

“I know,” Kate responds with amusing and a smile .

Royal couple join YouTube

The royal couple shared a YouTube video on their Instagram account along with the caption, "To come late is better than never - now we're on YouTube."

William and Kate recently changed their Instagram address from "KensingtonRoyal" to "DukeandDuchessofCambridge".