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14 Sweet Photos of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis Taken By Kate Middleton

The Duchess of Cambridge is known for her skills behind the camera.
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It's an understatement to say that the British royal family knows the importance of a photo opp, and milestones are rarely left undocumented. But given how seriously the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take their children's privacy it only makes sense that when it comes to their kids, they like to control the narrative whenever possible.

And so, Kate, an amateur photographer and former art history student, is often credited with taking the portraits of her children that are released on birthdays, the first day of school, and other special occasions.

“Kate is a keen photographer and has enjoyed developing her skills over the years,” a source told royal reporter Omid Scobie. “She’s looking forward to sharing more of her photos over the months ahead—including on the @KensingtonRoyal Instagram account.”

With that in mind, here are 14 adorable photos the Duchess has taken of her three children.

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In honor of Prince Louis's first birthday, Kensington Palace released three photos of the youngster.


The candid snapshots, which were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge at the family's home in Norfolk, show Louis smiling and playing in nature (and wearing a smart-looking puppy sweater).

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It's particularly exciting to see new pictures of Will and Kate's youngest child, as the first year of his life was relatively undocumented by the press.


Here he is crawling around in the moss, mouth agape.


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Prince Louis made his public debut on the Lindo Wing steps just hours after being born, but the first official portraits of Will and Kate's third child were a bit more intimate. Kate photographed her newborn baby at home, at Kensington Palace.


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The Duchess also captured this sweet moment of Princess Charlotte with her new little brother.


Before Princess Charlotte left for her first day at the Willcocks Nursery School in January of 2018, her mom snapped this picture on the steps at Kensington Palace.


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Kate also took a picture of Charlotte sitting on the steps, already wearing her backpack, ready to kick off the school year.


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This picture of Princess Charlotte wearing a yellow lamb sweater was released to the public in honor of the little royal's second birthday.


Kate clearly loves a backpack shot.


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Just as she did with Princess Charlotte, the Duchess of Cambridge photographed Prince George heading off to his first day of nursery school at Westacre Montessori.

For Princess Charlotte's first birthday, the Duchess took a series of portraits of her second child around their family's home, Anmer Hall.


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Here's another photo in Charlotte's first birthday series, which perfectly captures the little princess's playful side.


“Turning one is an important family milestone, and the family is happy to share these pictures,” a source told People of the portraits.


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Prince George gives his new baby sister a kiss on the forehead in this portrait of the siblings released shortly after Princess Charlotte's birth in 2015.


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How precious is this Christmas photo of Prince George, which was taken on the steps at Kensington Palace?


The picture captures the youngster just a few months before he became a big brother to Princess Charlotte.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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