Kate Middleton and Prince William have changed the name of their social media accounts.
Fans spotted that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s Instagram and Twitter accounts are now under the name Kensington Royal.
They also added a personal touch by putting ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’ on their accounts.
Before the additions, the accounts were simply called Kensington Palace.
Royal fans spotted the change and shared their thoughts on Twitter.
What did they say?
One person said: “I got used to ‘Kensington Palace,’ but the new name is probably more appropriate.”
Another wrote: “I feel it’s a little bit more personal.”
I got used to "Kensington Palace," but the new name is probably more appropriate.👏👏👏👑👑👑👑 https://t.co/2TNyAFNLyY
— Royal Family Chronicle (@Royals824633301) May 18, 2020
I feel it a little bit more personal 😊🥰
— CambridgeRoyal👑 (@cambridgesloyal) May 18, 2020
A third added: “Finally @KensingtonRoyal changes their social media username from ‘Kensington Palace’ to ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.'”
— ˗ˏˋ 𝖊𝖑𝖎𝖘𝖆𝖛𝖊𝖙 ˊˎ˗ (@cambridgeroyall) May 18, 2020
Meanwhile, Kate and William recently changed their profile picture on their accounts.
The couple uploaded a snap of them clapping for key workers alongside their children.
The new name is probably more appropriate.
It shows the Cambridges on their doorsteps joining the nationwide Clap For Our Carers initiative.
Where are the family staying during lockdown?
William and Kate are staying at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – amid the coronavirus lockdown.
However, they are still busy working and have made TV appearances during this time.
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This evening The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis joined the UK in the weekly #ClapForOurCarers to show their appreciation for the incredible key workers working tirelessly to keep the country running. Ahead of the 8pm clap The Duke joined #Blackadder’s General Melchett (aka @StephenFryactually) for some video call fun on the @BBC’s Big Night In. #TheBigNightIn celebrated the acts of kindness, humour and the spirit of hope and resilience that is keeping the UK going during the COVID-19 Pandemic — visit @ComicRelief to find out more.
She said: “It’s really hard.
“We hadn’t done a huge amount of FaceTime and face calls and things like that, but obviously we’re doing that a lot more now, and actually it’s been really great.
“In some ways I suppose we’ve got a lot more face time than perhaps we would have done before but it is difficult.
“It’s hard to explain to a five and a six, nearly seven-year-old what’s going on.”
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