Kate joins children for photography workshop as she is called the patron saint of Royal Photographic Society
Perfect picture! Beaming Kate is chic in a dress with a paisley print and joins children for a Royal Photography Society workshop in London
- The Duchess of Cambridge succeeded the queen as the figurehead of the body that supported it for 67 years
- Sharp photographer Kate is widely praised for portraits of her children George, Charlotte and Louis
- Kate, 37, participated in a Royal Photographic Society workshop with children from charity Action for Children
- Duchess was perfectly dressed for the summer and wore a floating dress with a pattern in the colors green and brown
The Duchess of Cambridge accompanied enthusiastic students for a photography workshop this afternoon, when it was announced that she was the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society.
37-year-old Kate, an enthusiastic amateur photographer, has succeeded the queen as the figurehead of the body, which was officially supported by the monarch for 67 years.
The duchess was perfectly dressed for the summer, with a paisley print dress in green and brown tones with floating sleeves and a layered hem, which is completely in demand this season.
She combined her dress with her Castaner & # 39; Carina & # 39; brown wedge espadrilles, while her resilient brunette locks fell on her shoulders in her distinctive curls.
The Duchess of Cambridge was perfectly dressed for the summer, with a floating dress with a pattern in the colors green and brown with a layered hem that is the trend for this season
Kate kept her makeup and jewelry to a minimum by choosing only her engagement and wedding rings and a pair of Catherine Zoraida's earrings.
The workshop was led by the Royal Photographic Society and Action for Children – one of Kate's patrons – at a children's center in Kingston upon Thames, in south-west London.
She joined young people from Action for Children – who support underprivileged youth from across the UK – in different sessions led by Royal Photographic Society honorary guests Jillian Edelstein and Harry Borden.
During the workshops the enthusiastic students learned about various elements of photography, such as portraits, light and color.
Kate, 37, an enthusiastic amateur photographer, has succeeded the queen as the figurehead of the Royal Photographic Society, which was officially supported by the monarch for 67 years
Radiant Kate joined young people from Action for Children – who support underprivileged youth from across the UK – in various sessions, performed with the honorary cards from Royal Photographic Society Jillian Edelstein and Harry Borden
Kate kept her jewelry to a minimum, choosing only her engagement and wedding rings and a pair of ear jewels
In addition to developing new skills, the workshop aims to emphasize how photography provides a universal language for young people to express themselves and to express their thoughts and feelings.
Kate is widely praised for her photographic portraits of her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
She has documented milestones in their lives, such as birthdays and first days at the day care center that have been published to celebrate the occasions.
Some of the most recent images include three photos of Louis that he released when he celebrated his first birthday on April 23.
Kate has combined her dress with tan seude espadrille wedges, while her resilient brunette locks fell into her characteristic curls
London's award-winning photographer Bronwen Sharpe praised Kate & # 39; s natural ability to & # 39; authentic undisturbed moments & # 39; to capture.
She previously told FEMAIL: & # 39; No other photographer would be able to make the same connection that she has with her children. There is a real warmth and love that is present in her work.
& # 39; She has a natural ability to capture humanity with a good eye for composition and color. & # 39;
Mike Taylor, the chief operating officer of the prestigious Society, said: “It is a huge honor to have the duchess as our patron, especially given her personal interest in photography.
& # 39; We know that photography and creative activities have such a positive impact on people of all ages, and we are excited to work with one of the duchess's charities to support their work. & # 39; 39;
The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853 with the aim of promoting the art and science of photography, and in the same year received royal patronage from Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The Society has more than 11,000 members and an extensive program with more than 300 events in the UK and beyond.
Kate was honored in January 2017 as a member of the Royal Photographic Society.
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