Could it be a consuming passion? For several years, Kate Middleton has nourished a real passion for photography that she even studied at university. Author of the birthday portraits of her children and many personal photos of the British royal family, she also launched the Hold Still project during the first confinement, inviting the British to take pictures of themselves in their daily life, for an exhibition . A successful bet for the Duchess of Cambridge who received thousands of photos, which she carefully chose for the Tate Gallery in London. So many initiatives that feed his passion, which can sometimes be a little annoying for … his children!
In a video unveiled on the couple’s Cambridge Youtube channel, Kate Middleton revealed in an interview with Ceri Edwards, who sent her photo for the series Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020, that her children George, Charlotte and Louis , could be annoyed that she took a picture of them. “Everyone’s like, ‘Mom, please stop taking pictures,’” she said, Hello Magazine reports. If these seem to lend themselves to the game for a while, they visibly end up getting tired of being spied on by the lens of the Duchess, who always has little anecdotes to tell about these photoshoots.
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“Enthusiastic amateur photographer” as she calls herself, Kate Middleton notably studied art at the University of St. Andrews, where she met Prince William, and made photography the subject. of his thesis. In addition to taking pictures of her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, the Duchess of Cambridge notably in January 2020, photographed Holocaust survivors with their grandchildren. She participates on occasion in workshops where she can mix her passion with her official commitments, some of these workshops being intended to help young people to develop their self-confidence and their personal expression.
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