About 64 million families have started watching Tiger King on Netflix. Still, the Duke and Duchess are not amongst the ones who have tuned in.

Prince William admitted that he and his wife, Kate Middleton, are not interested in looking at the divisive documentary series. He said this when they appeared on Big Night In of Stephen Fry.

The Duke of Cambridge questioned the showman if he had watched anything interesting on television, resulting in the discussion about Joe Exotic.

Instinctively, Fry, who played the TV character of Lord Melchett, reminded him of Netflix’s immensely famous show. Prince William joked and said that he avoids watching shows about royalty.

The couple then got ready for the Carers Daily Clap, which is tuned on television at 8 p.m. in the United Kingdom. The Duke stated that he wanted a minute to get dressed before coming on camera.

Later, after a few minutes, the Prince and Kate, along with their three children, Prince Charlotte, Princess George, and Prince Louis appeared on the front steps to congratulate the nation’s doctors, nurses, and other staff.

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla also accompanied them. The Duke and Duchess showed a video on The Big Night In as well as the Clarence House Instagram featuring that The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay once again joined the country to demonstrate their continuing love and solidarity for all NHS employees and other main employees acting on the forefront in the struggle against coronavirus.

Sadly, as they usually get together for the matriarch’s festivities, the royal family could not be together. Despite the situation, they all expressed their affection through video calls to the Queen.

Moreover, this month, Kensington Palace posted photographs of Louis taken by Kate at their residence. He joyfully waves his hands stained by paints in the videos, giving countless viewers a glimpse of happiness in otherwise challenging times.