Prince William and Kate Middleton urged to keep Instagram ‘professional’ by royal fans, offended by ‘saucy’ video


ROYAL fans are urging Prince William and Kate Middleton to keep their Instagram account “professional” after they were offended by a “saucy” post.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a video on their official account @KensingtonRoyal where they left fans confused with their choice of background song.

Royal fans were left offended by a recent Instagram video shared by Prince William and Kate Middleton

The video features the song Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles – widely thought to have a saucy meaning

The clip, which captures William’s visit to Belfast for Emergency Services Day, features the hit Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles.

The hit, which features on Styles’ Fine Line album, is widely believed to be referring to oral sex, leaving royal fans blushing.

Commenting on the video, one fan wrote: “Not to take away from the fantastic work being done here but maybe check the meaning behind watermelon sugar lyrics!!!”

Another added: “Isn’t this song a bit saucy for a royal family post?? ?

Prince William was visiting Belfast for Emergency Service Day

“Next reel gonna feature WAP lol” another joked.

However, others were less sympathetic with the choice in music leaving them raging.

One fumed: “Please do something. Love you guys and all you do but this is not great at all.”

Another added: “I believe this page represents The future King and Queen of the UK not some wanna be Influencer. Can we please keep it bit more informative and less childish.”

Fans urged the couple to be more ‘professional’ on the account

While a third raged: “Really? Really? ‘Watermelon Sugar’ to represent the monarchy?

“Is there a Teenie running this account? ?‍♀️ PLEASE – It’s not to late to go back to a professional account!”

The video saw the Duke of Cambridge visiting Belfast and speaking to various emergency service workers for 999 day.

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