Prince William is teasing an unknown project on social media, and we have so many questions.

Today, the Duke of Cambridge, 38, posted a bizarre photo on the joint Instagram account he shares with his wife, Kate Middleton. The picture features two directors’ chairs, reading “Prince William” and “Sir David.” (The latter is referring to the renowned English broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough.)

The caption didn’t give anything away, featuring three simple emojis: the side-eye emoji, the video camera emoji and the globe emoji. But if we had to guess, we’d say Prince William is teaming up with Attenborough for some type of broadcast. We wouldn’t be surprised if it has to do with the coronavirus pandemic, since the royal has been trying to give back to the community, or environmental issues (hence the globe emoji).

Speaking of, it’s been a busy few days for the royals. Earlier this week, Middleton paid a visit to Battersea Park in London to learn about the importance of parent-powered support programs. During the outing, Her Royal Highness, who rocked a pair of pink trousers and a tribute necklace to her kids, also smiled and played with the small children a few of the parents brought along.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also made their first TV appearance since they decided to step down from their royal duties and moved to California. In honor of National Voter Registration Day, the couple joined ABC's Time 100 special to talk about the importance of voting in this year’s election. The video clip also showed off their spacious backyard.

If you need us, we’ll be refreshing Prince William’s Instagram page on an hourly basis. (Cause we need answers.)

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