ROYAL fans have been treated to a number of adorable photos of George, Charlotte and Louis in recent years – and most have been taken by mum Kate Middleton.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, has showcased her photography talents for a number of official snaps of the kids, and has a secret trick to getting the perfect shot.Kate Middleton often showcases her photography talents when it comes to official photos released of George, Charlotte and Louis[/caption] This adorable family photo from the Cambridge’s trip to Jordan last year was released for Father’s Day and was taken by Kate[/caption]
Just this weekend, the royal family shared a sweet unseen photo of the three Cambridge kids with dad Prince William to celebrate Father’s Day.
And we have had a number of sweet birthday shots released over the years, including cheeky son Louis covered in paint for his second birthday.
Ingrid Seward, editor in chief of Majesty magazine told the Mirror: “Kate can probably persuade them to do things they might not do otherwise – that’s one reason her pictures are so charming.
“The Duchess studied photography and worked for a while as a photographer’s assistant.
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“She’s become a really good photographer, capturing her children beautifully.”
The Sun’s royal photographer Arthur Edwards said on ITV’s The Royal Rota podcast: “The picture that I love most that she’s done is William and the three children on the swing.
“I would have killed to have taken that picture.
“Everybody’s laughing at their mum, and you know that only a mother or a father could get that picture, and it’s an absolute winner.
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“Charlotte with her arm around daddy, you know, ‘daddy’s girl’.
“It’s a lovely picture, I was so full of praise for her on that.
“I’m a great admirer of Kate’s photography, she’s grasped it very quickly.
“Her pictures are beautifully composed, they’re beautifully lit, and she’s just got the best subject in the world, of course. But she delivers.”
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Among Kate’s royal snaps that have been officially released, fans have been treated to the kids on their first days of school and them playing in their garden.
The duchess took her love of photography to the next level when she became the patron for the Royal Photographic Society.
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The Queen passed on her patronage of 67 years to the Duchess of Cambridge in a nod to Kate’s passion for photography.
Kate had previously been made an honorary lifetime member of the society, with the director Michael Pritchard previously praising her for her “talent and enthusiasm” behind the lens.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson said: “The Duchess has a longstanding interest in photography, and this patronage will further highlight the beneficial impact that art and creativity can have on emotional wellbeing, particularly for children and young people.”The Sun’s royal photographer Arthur Edwards said this was his favourite of Kate’s photographs[/caption] Kate took this photo of Prince George in a courtyard at Kensington Palace in 2014[/caption] This snap was taken of Princess Charlotte to mark her fourth birthday in 2019[/caption] Kate also snapped Prince Louis shortly before he left for his first day of nursery in 2021[/caption]