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Prince William and Duchess Kate apparently plan to keep up with the times on their royal trips! According to palace circles, the couple's visits will look a little more relaxed in the future.

William and Kate "want to be more approachable"

The two royals' recent trip to the Caribbean had seen harsh criticism for strict compliance with royal protocol. However, an insider revealed in an interview with the Sunday Mirror newspaper that William and Kate intend to change their approach.

“They want to be more approachable, less formal, less stuffy and break away with a lot of the tradition. When the team arrived back in London the couple had a debrief with aides," they said. "They went over everything and pinpointed specific things that went wrong and how to improve moving forward."

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smile as they attend the inaugural Commissioning Parade on March 24, 2022.

William and Kate to give up royal form of address

On their next trip, William and Kate already want to implement some big changes. Among other things, the bows and curtsies should be omitted, and the couple also wants to be addressed by their first names in the future. "So now it’s more ‘Wills and Kate’ instead of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge," the insider revealed. 

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex attend the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on November 09, 2019 in London, England.

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"They want to try to avoid the bows and curtsies in public, be more approachable, less formal, less stuffy, and break away with a lot of the tradition and focus on a modern monarchy." During the two royals' Caribbean trip, there had been protests, as demonstrators demanded an apology for Britain's involvement in the slave trade.