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Kate Middleton and Prince William are 'stepping up more than ever before' and 'letting their guard down' during the coronavirus to show 'the future of The Firm', reveals royal expert

Kate Middleton and Prince William are 'stepping up more than ever before' and 'letting their guard down' during the coronavirus to show 'the future of The Firm', reveals royal expert
  • Kate Middleton, 38, and Prince William, 37, are 'stepping up' during the crisis
  • Royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed: 'We are seeing them letting the guard down'
  • Said they are 'providing a dose of entertainment' by sharing snaps of children
  • Called it 'uplifting' for nation to 'see what the future of the royal family looks like' 
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are 'stepping up more than ever before' and 'letting their guard down' to show 'the future of The Firm' during the coronavirus pandemic, a royal expert has revealed.
Kate Middleton, 38, and Prince William, 37, have made a host of virtual appearances during the crisis as they isolate with their children, Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two, in Anmer Hall in Norfolk. 
And now royal expert Katie Nicholl has revealed how the couple have been 'stepping up to the plate' amid the pandemic. 
She told ET: 'We’re seeing them letting their guard down and that is a result of what we are going through.'
Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 38, have been 'stepping up to the plate' and 'letting down their guard' to show 'the future of the royal family' amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to royal expert Katie Nicholl
Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 38, have been 'stepping up to the plate' and 'letting down their guard' to show 'the future of the royal family' amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to royal expert Katie Nicholl 
Katie went on to explain how the royal family's work has been essential throughout the pandemic.
She said the Cambridges had 'really stepped up to the plate' and had been providing a 'dose of entertainment' by sharing snaps and videos of the Cambridge children. 
She revealed: 'It’s uplifting for Britain, particularly for royalists, to see what the future of the royal family is going to look like. The royal family has gone to great lengths not to be seen to be aloof or distant or unrelatable.' 
Katie went on to praise the Queen, 94, who is currently isolating at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip, 98, for 'embracing' working through the digital platform during the pandemic.
The royal expert explained that it was 'uplifting' for the nation to see what the future of The Firm looks like during the pandemic, and praised the Queen, 94, for embracing the virtual way of working during the pandemic
The royal expert explained that it was 'uplifting' for the nation to see what the future of The Firm looks like during the pandemic, and praised the Queen, 94, for embracing the virtual way of working during the pandemic 
It comes ahead of a radio broadcast recorded by the Duke and Duchess in which they will urge people to speak out about their mental health in a radio message broadcast this morning.
As part of a minute-long broadcast, Kate will tell listeners it is 'okay to ask' about a loved one's well-being if you notice them 'acting differently'. 
Meanwhile Prince William is set to urge people to 'reach out to someone' who might need support during the coronavirus crisis. 
The Mental Health Minute, which will be broadcast across all stations at 10.59am to mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, also features contributions from boxer Anthony Joshua, footballer Harry Kane, pop star Dua Lipa and actor David Tennant. 
Katie revealed how the couple were 'providing a nice dose of entertainment' for the nation by sharing snaps and videos of their children (pictured, Prince Louis in a portrait which was released for his second birthday)
Katie revealed how the couple were 'providing a nice dose of entertainment' for the nation by sharing snaps and videos of their children (pictured, Prince Louis in a portrait which was released for his second birthday)
It's not the first time that Prince William and Kate have been praised for their efforts during the pandemic. 
Speaking in April, royal expert Roya Nikkhah told BBC Breakfast how Kate and Prince William are 'making sure they're visible' and 'sharing personal insights' to ensure the monarchy stays relevant amid the coronavirus crisis,  
Roya explained: 'The very clever thing the Cambridges have always done is they've always given us just enough of a little insight into their personal life, what it's like at home with George, Charlotte and Louis, so people understand that they are going through similar things to what everyone else is going through.' 
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been praised throughout the crisis for their virtual appearances and video-calls
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been praised throughout the crisis for their virtual appearances and video-calls 
The royal expert revealed: 'Kate and William are making sure they're visible, and that's been the case for the royal family since the start of the outbreak. 
Experts previously revealed how Prince William and Kate would lead the royal family's efforts to support the nation amid the coronavirus crisis.
Speaking to Australian website 9Honey, Katie Nicholl said the Duke and Duchess were the 'best placed' members of the royal family to be 'pillars of support' for the nation at the moment.

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