The Royal photographic society of great Britain noted the talent of the Duchess of Cambridge, examined her pictures of her children.
Kate Middleton (Kate Middleton) has always liked to photograph. Many official portraits of their children, Prince George (Prince George) and Princess Charlotte (Princess Charlotte), Duchess of Cambridge did itself, refusing the services of professionals. The Royal photographic society acknowledged that the wife of Prince William (Prince William) is the talent of the photographer, and noted her enthusiasm. In recognition of Catherine received a life membership in the society.
Representatives of the companies believe that Kate Middleton is a role model for the photographers. Duchess Catherine took up photography in 2008 during practice in the company of his parents Party Pieces. In 2012, during an official visit in Borneo, she did a series of pictures of mount Kinabalu. But most of all the photographic society is rated by pictures of her children.
“The Duchess of Cambridge has a longstanding interest in photography and its history. Now she’s the last in the Royal family, who can be attributed to photographers, and we are pleased to recognize her talent and give her an honorary membership. We look forward to a continuing relationship with her,” said chief Executive officer of the society Michael Pritchard (Michael Pritchard).
The Royal photographic society was founded in 1853 to promote the art of photography and support photographers, regardless of their level of knowledge and quality equipment. Patrons society at the time was Queen Victoria (Queen Victoria) and Prince albert (Prince Albert).