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Prince William’s Favorite Emoji Is Surprisingly Inappropriate


The Prince and Princess of Wales had a bit of fun this week, joking about which emoji they use most often when texting – and surprisingly, the future king’s isn’t safe for work.

“I was told not to say aubergine (aubergine), so I have to choose something else,” the prince told BBC Radio One’s “Going Home with Vick and Jordan” on Tuesday, after the couple been asked about their emoji. habits.

“Is this a clean thing or is it a family affair?” William prefaced his response before deciding that “the one where the eyes go up and down… what is that one? The crazy one” would be a more appropriate choice because “I have to be a little grown up.”

Kate made a slightly less risky choice with the “heart with the crying emoji. The kind of hysterical laughter when things go wrong.”

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Prince William and Kate Middleton told BBC Radio One about their favorite emojis this week. (Samir Hussein/WireImage)

The couple were in Birmingham for the interview this week as part of World Mental Health Day and co-hosted a mental health forum with the radio station.

“Today, more people than ever feel empowered to talk about their mental health,” Kate said in a speech at the event, according to People magazine. “This is a big step forward. William and I continue to be inspired to see young people, like all of you here today, leading this charge – being especially courageous in having some of these conversations yourself. As a generation, you value and talk more about your mental health than anyone before you – something we truly admire and applaud.

The royals continued to promote mental health on Thursday by visiting the national sports center at Bisham Abbey in Marlow, west London, where they discussed the psychological side of sport.

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William and Kate in casual attire

The royal couple dressed casually in Marlow, England, on Thursday for their third day of events for Mental Health Awareness Day. (Samir Hussein/WireImage)

The couple participated in several different sports, including netball, an exercise in which Kate – who is a keen athlete – tried to shoot hoops while William waved his arms to distract her, and goalball, a Paralympic sport for the visually impaired for which the couple donned eye masks.

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Kate shoots a ball into a net

William tried to distract Kate while they played netball. (Suzanne Plunkett/WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Both Kate and William looked casual at the event, with the princess pairing a blue Zara blazer and white top with skinny jeans, and William wearing a navy sweater over a light blue shirt and jeans.

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William and Kate speaking to a group of young people

William and Kate spoke about mental health to a group of young people on Tuesday in Birmingham. (Kirsty Wigglesworth/WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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The event was sponsored by SportsAid, a charity that provides mental health services to young athletes. Kate has been a patron of the organization for 10 years, according to Town and County.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also attended a mental health awareness event in New York on Tuesday.


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