The Prince and Princess of Wales have shared a never-before-seen video from their trip to the Bahamas last year.
The Prince William and Princess Kate can be seen alongside Coral Vita, the winner of the 2021 Earthshot Prize.
The royal couple, who are both 41, can be seen kitted out in scuba diving attire while taking part “in a very special experience snorkelling around the beautiful reefs, and planting a new coral.”
Although it remains unclear when the clips were taken, they are believed to have been filmed during their eight-day tour to the Caribbean in March 2022.
The couple shared the clips on their official YouTube channel – The Prince and Princess of Wales – on Sunday [November 12] evening.
In one clip, the couple, who are both known for their keen interest in a wide variety of sports, can be seen diving into the sea.
William, who attended this year’s awards in Singapore solo, and Kate are seen swimming around and exploring all that the sea has to offer.
The future King can also be seen planting a coral, while Kate plants her own in another clip.
As well as the action shots, William also spoke to the camera while on a nearby to where the couple were in the waters.
Speaking of Earthshot, William said: “What we do in these next 10 years will impact the planet for the next thousand.
“Being able to see the good coral and the degraded coral, being able to understand the difference between the two and what needs to go where, I think that was really really fascinating for me to kind of finally understand.
“It’s quite technical how they do the coral farming and the research and so to actually see it all being screwed in and built up it’s been really fantastic.”
William also discussed the aims of the Earthshot Prize, which he launched in 2020, he said: “The whole point of it is a global platform to really raise the profile of smaller voices or extraordinary solutions that might not have made it onto the global stage just yet and say look this idea has got legs and we can build it and we can make it bigger and we can make it better.
“If we want to have meaningful change and we want to repair our planet then these next 10 years are critical.
“Time is of the essence now, it’s getting to a really serious crunch point where we can easily continue what we do and we will have a planet worse off in years and years to come, or we can change course and start to really think about how we’re going to repair, find the solutions, act and scale these solutions and we can be better off and in a healthier world, providing jobs and healthier outcomes for everyone if we can do that.”
The 2023 Earthshot Prize took place in Singapore last week, with William travelling there solo.
Unlike other years, Princess Kate opted to not attend the 2023 Earthshot Prize. The mother-of-three stayed at home in Windsor to care for the couple’s children, as well as support their eldest son during his exams.