The Prince Of Wales Shares Behind-The-Scenes Photographs From Their Royal Engagements

Prince William Shares Behind-The-Scenes Photographs From Their Royal Engagements

The Former Duke and Duchess of Cambridge frequently post behind-the-scenes photos from their royal engagements on Instagram.

Their latest post features a rare snapshot of one of Prince William’s personal items. The 41-year-old future king was seen traveling on a train to Cardiff on Tuesday, with his personalized folder of notes and iPhone resting on the tray table in front of him.

William was pictured with a folder and his phone on the train to Cardiff

“En route to Cardiff to celebrate seaweed innovation!” the caption read, with the Welsh translation included.

The royals are rarely pictured with their phones on public engagements, but they have been spotted taking photos on They use their devices during leisure time or at significant occasions, such as the London 2012 Olympics.

The protocols regarding royal selfies with the public also appear to have become more lenient in recent years, with William and Kate frequently smiling for photos during walkabouts.

Nevertheless, William has previously emphasized the significance of managing screen time and has advocated for reducing phone usage. During a visit to BAFTA’s headquarters in London in 2022, the father-of-three engaged with aspiring youngsters aiming to pursue careers in gaming, film, and television.

William said of George, Charlotte and Louis: “At the moment it’s trying to regulate the gaming… monitoring screen time. Got to be careful of that.

“They’re fascinated by it. George particularly. He’s more interested in it. The other two are a bit too small at the moment but they love the films. I adore film and gaming as well.”

And in March, as the Prince visited a youth centre in Shepherd’s Bush, west London, he spoke to youngsters about how much time they spent on their phones.

When one girl said she spends a 15 hours day on her phone, William replied: “That’s quite a lot – I bet you feel better coming here.” He later said: “Grown-ups are guilty of it too. We[‘ve] got to be better on our phones too… We spend ages on our phones.”

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