Prince William and Kate join Twitter, Instagram

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, leave the Christmas Day Service at Sandringham Church on Dec. 25, 2014, in King's Lynn, England.

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Does the Internet feel a little more regal today? If so, it could be because a certain trio of British royals is now part of the social networking universe.

Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Harry, have all joined Twitter and Instagram via official accounts for Kensington Palace.

The British Monarchy's Twitter page gave a formal introduction to @KensingtonRoyal on Wednesday:


The palace then followed up with some introductory tweets of its own:


On Twitter and Instagram, Kensington Palace shared updates about the Coach Core charity, launched by William, Kate and Harry's Royal Foundation to train young people to become sports coaches and mentors. Harry attended a graduation event for some of the participants Wednesday at St. James' Palace in London, along with NBA player Carmelo Anthony.


Would it be too much to hope this means there will be more Prince George photos in our future?