The magazine continued: "He’s been outspoken on certain topics like global warming and even Prince Harry believes it’s important to modernise the British monarchy.
"If Prince Charles decided to push the boundaries of tradition, Prince William and Kate will have to get on board and help keep the family current and relatable."
The details come as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed recently they are already making themselves more accessible.
The couple have embraced social media in a way that was traditionally frowned upon by the monarchy and are leading the way for the royal family.
They have bravely taken to platforms such as Instagram in a way they never did before the COVID-19 pandemic.
And, according to a royal expert, this shows that the Cambridges have certainly enjoyed the freedom of not being "constricted" by traditions and protocols for the first time.
“Historically, the royals have been constricted from expressing themselves personally on social media," royal expert Leslie Carroll told Express.co.uk.
“Let’s not forget that Meghan was instructed to shut down her own accounts when she began dating Harry.
“And all social media has come through official account names, most probably written by communications professionals, rather than by members of the royal family themselves."
“The royal family has been a constant presence in the lives of the public for more than a thousand years.
“And part of 'keeping calm and carry[ing] on' is the ability to continue to communicate effectively, continually, and in a reassuring manner. “
Since the lockdown measures came in to place in the UK six weeks ago, Kate and William have continued to engage with their patronages and charities, and share the details on social media.
And it's clear from their posts they have taken on a more relaxed and informal style.
While the couple has been in quarantine at their Norfolk residence, Anmer Hall, their Instagram posts have featured adorable photos of their children, that are not professional photographs but taken on their iPhones.
The royals have also shared their first-ever public engagement by video call, as they dialled in to talk with students and staff at Casterton Primary Academy.
They even shared a video of the whole family 'clapping for carers' and William took part in a comedy sketch for charity.
Their conduct has demonstrated a new era for the royal family.
Ms Carroll said: “Kate and William represent the future of the monarchy.
“So it’s really imperative in times of uncertainty and crisis such as this, that they—both as representatives for the way in which young married parents are coping, but also as the face of the monarchy, remain a presence in people’s lives.
“And for now, social media is the only safe, effective, and efficient way for them to remain so (and still curate their messaging and appearances).”