Kate Middleton and Sophie Wessex: Expert discusses roles
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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, have a “role as family photographers” for the royals, according to commentators. The two women were featured in many picture credits from new images released in the wake of Prince Philip’s death. Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie discussed how “talented” they seemed.
Ms Bowie told listeners: “We’ve seen so many images trickle out on the Royal Family’s Instagram accounts in honour of Philip.
“But what we haven’t really talked about are the photography credits.
“They have been Kate Middleton a few times and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
“I really am loving their role as family photographers.”
She continued: “We saw that shot of the kids, the seven great-grandchildren that Kate took.
“Then the really wonderful shot of the Queen and Philip in Scotland done by Sophie.
“Specifically with Kate, she has such an incredible talent.
“You can see the breadth of it from Hold Still, the campaign that she orchestrated, but also these family images.”
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The host added: “Both will be in the history books, in my opinion.
“I just love that and I’m so impressed.”
Ms Fiorito also praised Kate, but went on to give insight into the picture Sophie took of the monarch and Duke of Edinburgh.
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She told listeners: “I totally missed that it was the Duchess of Cambridge that shot these.
“I didn’t even know and it makes it so much better.
“I do love that picture of the Queen and Prince Philip sitting in the grass.
“There is so much emotion there – we don’t usually see that candid true happiness from the Queen.
“So I thought that was really lovely.”
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