Prince William and Kate Middleton will reportedly spend more time in Scotland to help save the United Kingdom.
The royal couple's recent trip to Scotland was deemed a huge success and people are calling for more of the same to help keep the union of Great Britain together.
There are fears that politicians are "losing Scotland" and that a new referendum, pushed forward by the SNP in the wake of recent favourable elections, could spell disaster.
According to The Sunday Times palace officials want the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall to be a symbol of the combined nations reflected through a united monarchy.
A royal household source said: "They think of it as their Union. It was originally a union of crowns. They think the politicians have been losing Scotland for them.
"What William is doing is a deliberately more muscular approach to the crown investing in the relationship with Scotland.”
In practice William and Kate would spend more time at Balmoral, the Royal Family's holiday home, and for it to become more like a second residency rather than just somewhere they visit.
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Advisers reportedly want the royal couple to be in Balmoral "a lot more" and strengthen their "connection" with their university town St Andrews.
During their recent trip to Scotland Prince William and Kate met with former prime minister Gordon Brown who is a stoic defender of the Union.
The meeting took place at the Queen's official Edinburgh residence with the former prime minster's wife, Sarah, also joining.
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Last month, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace said: "During his time in Scotland Prince William has spoken to a broad range of people from different communities including politicians from across the political spectrum."
Many believe that Prince William is the Queen's secret weapon for keeping the UK together.
Speaking in Edinburgh at the closing ceremony of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, William said about some of the memorable individuals he had met: "These people make Scotland the vibrant, friendly, innovative and determined place Catherine and I love, and is so important to us."
The duke who is the assembly's Lord High Commissioner added: "I'm shaped by this place.
"The abiding affection I feel for it is rooted in my experience of its everyday life in people, relationships, and its ethic of neighbourliness."
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