Kate Middleton flatters William to ‘boost his confidence’ in first YouTube vid

Kate Middleton is pushing her husband to be more confident in front of the camera with their new YouTube channel, a body language expert has claimed.

The Cambridges surprised all royal fans after they joined the platform this week with a cute montage of them enjoying their first 10 years of marriage.

In between footage of them working events and making royal appearances, William and Kate were seen in cut scenes that were analysed by a body language expert, Judi James, who revealed the dynamics of their relationship.

Speaking to Sun Online, Judi claims that Kate is the more natural between the two and William is still learning to trust the media and the public.

"The cute ‘outtake’ moments in this upbeat royal video might not be quite as spontaneous as they seem but they do still give us a very revealing glimpse of the dynamics of William and Kate’s relationship with each other and with their public," Judi explains.

"It has taken William a long time to learn to trust the media and the public but here we can see him relaxing and happy to share a couple of unscripted moments with his wife."

The video begins with William teasing Kate to "be careful" of what she says in front of the camera.

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However, the expert claims that Kate appears to be more natural in front of the camera than him as she sits upright, making eye contact with the lens.

"Kate shows the perfect blend of body language signals to flatter her husband and boost his media confidence," she added.

But Judi claims that as the video goes on, the Duchess of Cambridge's body language makes subtle changes to allow William to feel more in control.

She said: "Her posture is self-diminished and her hands are clasped in her lap, allowing him to feel more powerful and to respond by adopting a more alpha leg splay and forward slump."

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William and Kate's YouTube channel launch comes after Prince Harry shared a video of himself on the beach with Archie.

The Sussexes shared rare footage of their son playing on the beach in their home of California filmed in black and white.

Harry could be heard during the video saying that he is enjoying a simpler life with his son.

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