Kate Middleton has ‘cornered a gap in market’ within the Royal Family with THIS skill

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Speaking on True Royalty TV, royal experts Kate Thornton and Russel Meyers discussed the Duchess of Cambridge’s latest display of her impressive photography skills. Mr Meyers stated that Kate has cornered the market on taking pictures of the royal children.    

Ms Thornton said: “On Prince George’s seventh birthday we saw Kate yet again pick up a camera.

“Quite the photographer, isn’t she?

” He really is looking like his father now, isn’t he?”

Mr Meyers replied: “And James Middleton, a lot of people are saying this.

“I definitely see a bit of both in him.”

Ms Thornton added: “I see a lot of his mother in him actually.”

Mr Meyers said: “These photos are glorious from Kate once again, she has sort of corned that gap in the market that we are all excited about, photos of the royal children coming out.

“When she does them on the birthdays it is something we can all look forward to.”

In May it was revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge’s father taught her everything she knows as he shares her passion for photography.

Royal expert Camilla Tominey told ITV’s This Morning that Kate has blossomed into a good photographer.

Ms Tominey added that the Duchess of Cambridge’s was emulating her father by perusing a project “close to her heart” during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kate’s project showcased poignant images and photographs from the frontline and from the community during coronavirus lockdown. 

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Ms Tominey said: “Clearly it is a subject very close to her heart.

“We have seen her blossom into quite a good photographer.

“I was speaking to somebody who knows her well earlier, who pointed out that her father was a good photographer and really enthused by camera work generally.

“He taught her everything she knows apparently.

“Some of those images we have seen lately, she obviously wanted to transcend that love of imagery into producing a proper record of what is happening with coronavirus.

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