Kate Middleton Made Patron of Royal Photographic Society

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Kate Middleton Patron—This week, Kate Middleton is getting more involved with the arts. The Duchess of Cambridge has just received a new responsibility from the hands of Elizabeth II, Patron of the Royal Photographic Society

Meghan Markle would do well to come back from her maternity leave! While she’s relaxing at Frogmore Cottage, her rival, Kate Middleton is gathering for herself all the best titles in the royal family!

She who was made Grand Cross Lady of the Royal Victorian Order last April, has just received a new cap. Queen Elizabeth II has given her role –held for 67 years — as the Patron of Royal Photographic Society. Kate Middleton will now be the godmother of one of the oldest photographic societies in the world, born in 1853.

And she has the ability, as the general public has been able to notice since the birth of his children. It is indeed the wife of Prince William who regularly takes pictures of her little ones, at birthdays or on the way to school. A talent that even earned her to enter the museum and cover Vogue!

In an Instagram post on June 25, Kensington Palace explained that: “Her Majesty The Queen became Patron of the Royal Photographic Society, one of the world’s oldest photographic societies, in 1952.

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Today The Queen has passed the patronage of the Royal Photographic Society to The Duchess of Cambridge, ahead of The Duchess’s visit to a photography workshop run by The Royal Photographic Society and Action for Children, another of The Duchess’s patronages. “.

An action centered around childhood

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The proof: this Tuesday, Kate Middleton spent the afternoon in a photography workshop led by the Royal Photographic Society and Action for Children, another of her patronage. What better way to prepare her for her role of future queen consort.

Paige Driessen

Paige is an Arizona native who loves the outdoor life. She writes about a wide range of topics for The Talking Democrat