The Duchess of Cambridge accidentally revealed that she is a fan of the swearing face and cucumber emojis during her latest ‘Early Years’ video.
Kate Middleton, 38, could be seen flashing her iPhone 10 in front of the camera in her latest clip answering questions about her campaign for greater action to help children in their crucial early years,
During the video, which was shared on Instagram from Kensington Palace, she thanked “a lot” of her social media followers who posted questions “with wonderful emojis attached,” before revealing her icons. most frequently used.
The royal’s number one emoji appears to be the two girls holding hands, which is commonly used to signify friendship, while the pineapple symbol followed in second place – but perhaps it is the face that swears emoji that can cause the most surprise.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, accidentally exposed her most used emojis in her latest ‘Early Years’ video
As the royal showed her phone to the camera, she revealed her most frequently used emojis – which include the two girls holding hands, the cucumber, and the swearing face.
Pineapple, Wind Cloud and Purple Alien were also among the royal’s favorites (pictured)
The purple alien and vomit emoji was featured as well, along with the cucumber emoji – possibly used to represent the royal’s love for healthy eating.
Meanwhile, the seventh most beloved emoji was the bowling person, while the finale was the Wind Cloud.
In the clip, while answering the question “how do you deal with temper tantrums in your household”, Kate said, “Yes, that is difficult”, before laughing and saying “I would also like to ask experts myself ”.
The Duchess also revealed that her interest in the early years was driven by ambitions for ‘the society we could and can become’.
The Duchess (pictured) also revealed her interest in the early years was driven by ambitions for ‘the society we could and can become’
In the video, the Duchess (pictured) defined the first years of pregnancy ‘until the age of five’, until the time when children start school.
Over the past nine years, Kate has spent time examining how early childhood experiences can lead to social problems later in life, such as addiction, family breakdown, poor mental health, suicide and homelessness.
The Duchess answered the question “what piqued your interest in the early years?”
She replied, “In fact, I get asked this question a lot. I think people assume that because I’m a parent, that’s why I got interested in early childhood.
“I think it’s really bigger than that. It’s not just about happy, healthy kids. It is about the society that we could and can become.
In the video, the Duchess defined the first years of pregnancy “until the age of five”, until the time when children start school.
She continued, “From the start meeting many people who are suffering from addiction or poor mental health and hearing time and time again that their problems now in adulthood stem from the early childhood experience”.