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Kate Middleton Accidentally Shows Her Most Used Emojis

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Kate Middleton Accidentally Shows Her Most Used Emojis

Have you ever wondered what emojis the Royal family are fans of? Well, Kate Middleton has just given us an illuminating insight into their texting habits - seemingly by mistake.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, posted a new Early Years video of the Kensington Palace Instagram page, where she thanked her social media followers for sharing "a huge number" of parenting questions they'd like answering.

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Showing the sheer volume of questions she received, Kate flashed her iPhone 10 at the camera - and accidentally revealed her most-used emojis in the process.

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Kate's most frequently used emoji appeared to be the two girls holding hands, followed by the pineapple emoji.

However, things quickly turned distinctly less regal as Kate also seemingly shared she was a fan of the swearing emoji.

The purple alien and vomiting emoji also featured, along with the cucumber emoji.

There's a few surprising choices on there (Credit: Kensington Royal Instagram)
There's a few surprising choices on there (Credit: Kensington Royal Instagram)
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Meanwhile, the seventh most loved emoji was the person bowing, while the final was the wind cloud.

Kate, who shares to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis with husband Prince William, started her Early Years campaign nine years ago.

Kate Middleton likes the cucumber emoji (Credit: Emojipedia)
Kate Middleton likes the cucumber emoji (Credit: Emojipedia)

It looks into how early childhood experiences can cause social challenges to arise later in life, observing challenging and difficult topics such as poor mental health, addiction and homelessness.

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When asked why she initially took an interest in the topic, she explained: "I actually get asked this question a lot. I think that people assume that because I am a parent, that's why I have taken an interest in the early years.

"I think this really is bigger than that. This isn't just about happy, healthy children. This is about the society we could and can become.

"Right from the early days, meeting lots of people who are suffering with addiction or poor mental health, and hearing time and time again that their troubles now in adulthood stem right back from early childhood experience."

Featured Image Credit: Kensington Royal Instagram

Topics: Instagram, News, Celebrity News, Royal, Kate Middleton, tech

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