It's a really good day for the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
On June 25, Queen Elizabeth II gave Middleton her patronage over the Royal Photographic Society. The queen kept the role for 67 years before passing it on to her granddaughter, who has long been interested in photography. Kate Middleton ” class=”wp-image-1162628″/>
To celebrate this moment, Middleton participated in a photography workshop organized by the Royal Photographic Society, with their children's patronage campaign, an organization dedicated to children in Hardship helps. Paparazzi caught Middleton taking pictures as he smiled from ear to ear.
What is the Royal Photographic Society?
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"This patronage will further emphasize the positive influence of art and creativity on the emotional well-being, especially of children, and young people," says a statement from the royal family.
Why Kate Middleton fits in well with this role
Middleton is an amateur photographer and a former art history student who loves the visual arts. According to a statement on the Royal Family's website, she is the patron of the National Portrait Gallery and became the first royal patron of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in 2018.
The portraits of her are also often attributed to her children: Prince George (5), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (1).
How many patronage does Kate Middleton have now?
Middleton has more than five patronages, including childcare facilities, various museums and more. They all agree with their interest in health, sports and the arts.
According to People, Middleton's first patronage was for the Royal Foundation. The Duchess received her in late 2011, just months after she married Prince William.
Will the Queen pass patronage to Meghan Markle?
We know that you think about it. And the truth is that she has already done it.
The Queen gave her patronage over the National Theater to her other granddaughter in January 2019 A sign of her growing faith in the Duchess. "They added that Markle's story as an actress made her a" natural fit "for the position.
Markle landed the role only eight months after she and Prince Harry got married] Does the queen still have patronage?
Yes – and she has more than you probably guessed. According to the Royal Family website, she has "connections – as royal patron saint or president – to over 600 charities, military associations, professional associations and civil service [organizations]." Topics, from opportunities for young people to the protection of wildlife and the environment.
Maybe 93-year-old Monarch will be passing on another, but you never know. To stay updated.