Royal photographer Tim Rooke reveals surprising difference between capturing Meghan and Kate

Although for many it catches a glimpse of a member of the royal family, it is a fortunate coincidence, because Tim Rooke who shoots Britain's leading princes is just another day at the office.

The famous royal photographer has captured some of the most important milestones of the British royal family, including the birth of the last weeks of Prince George and Princess Diana.

Tim told FEMAIL some of his favorite moments since he became the first royal photographer for Shutterstock in 1990.

He also revealed the surprising difference between photographing Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton – and how the duchess of the birth announcement of Sussex will be different from what she had been before.

Royal photographer Tim Rooke (photo) has captured some of the most important milestones of the British royal family, including the birth of the last weeks of Prince George and Princess Diana

Royal photographer Tim Rooke (photo) has captured some of the most important milestones of the British royal family, including the birth of the last weeks of Prince George and Princess Diana

According to Tim, one of his many favorite moments to photograph was the journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the Invictus Games (shown in Toronto in 2017)

According to Tim, one of his many favorite moments to photograph was the journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the Invictus Games (shown in Toronto in 2017)

According to Tim, one of his many favorite moments to photograph was the journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to the Invictus Games (shown in Toronto in 2017)

& # 39; What I love about shooting the Sussexes is how affectionate they are with each other & # 39 ;, said Tim (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Closing Ceremony in Sydney in 2018)

& # 39; What I love about shooting the Sussexes is how affectionate they are with each other & # 39 ;, said Tim (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Closing Ceremony in Sydney in 2018)

& # 39; What I love about shooting the Sussexes is how affectionate they are with each other & # 39 ;, said Tim (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Closing Ceremony in Sydney in 2018)

What was Tim's favorite moment to photograph?

According to Tim, one of his many favorite moments to photograph was the journey of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands for the Invictus Games.

& # 39; I don't have a specific moment that was a favorite, but it was absolutely fantastic and a great moment to go on tour with the Sussexes, "he told Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; What I love about photographing the Sussexes is how affectionate they are with each other.

& # 39; It's refreshing to see how intimate they are as a couple, because they often spend their entire time in the hands when they are together. & # 39;

& # 39; It's refreshing to see how intimate they are as a couple, because they often spend their entire time in the hands when they are together, & # 39; said Tim about the duke and duchess of Sussex (photo)

& # 39; It's refreshing to see how intimate they are as a couple, because they often spend their entire time in the hands when they are together, & # 39; said Tim about the duke and duchess of Sussex (photo)

& # 39; It's refreshing to see how intimate they are as a couple, because they often spend their entire time in the hands when they are together, & # 39; said Tim about the duke and duchess of Sussex (photo)

The royal photographer said the difference between photographing the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge Meghan and Harry (photo) is less traditional in their approach

The royal photographer said the difference between photographing the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge Meghan and Harry (photo) is less traditional in their approach

The royal photographer said the difference between photographing the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge Meghan and Harry (photo) is less traditional in their approach

How will Harry and Meghan & # 39; s birth announcement be different from other royal birth announcements?

The royal photographer said the difference between the shooting of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is that Meghan and Harry are less traditional in their approach – both for general photos and for sharing it news about the upcoming birth of Meghan.

& # 39; We now know that Harry and Meghan will not have a traditional photo call after delivery, which is definitely against the norm, & # 39; said Tim.

& # 39; Given that the couple recently created an Instagram page to document their activities, it is more likely that the first image of Baby Sussex will be posted on Instagram and widely shared with the public. & # 39;

& # 39; We now know that Harry and Meghan will not have a traditional photo call after birth, which is definitely against the norm, & # 39; said Tim (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2013 after the birth of Prince George)

& # 39; We now know that Harry and Meghan will not have a traditional photo call after birth, which is definitely against the norm, & # 39; said Tim (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2013 after the birth of Prince George)

& # 39; We now know that Harry and Meghan will not have a traditional photo call after birth, which is definitely against the norm, & # 39; said Tim (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2013 after the birth of Prince George)

& # 39; It's a very busy time around the birth of a royal baby, & # 39; said Tim (the duke and duchess of Cambridge introduced himself after the birth of Prince Louis)

& # 39; It's a very busy time around the birth of a royal baby, & # 39; said Tim (the duke and duchess of Cambridge introduced himself after the birth of Prince Louis)

& # 39; It's a very busy time around the birth of a royal baby, & # 39; said Tim (the duke and duchess of Cambridge introduced himself after the birth of Prince Louis)

What is it like to record a royal birth?

Over the past 19 years, Tim has shot numerous royal births, including the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

& # 39; It's a very busy time around the birth of a royal baby, & # 39; he said.

"The first time I covered the birth of a royal baby was after the Duchess of Cambridge delivered Prince George. It was quite chaotic and people camped outside the Lindo wing for weeks."

For Princess Charlotte, he said, all photographers had a meeting with the palace to find out what the best way was to do it and where everyone should stand & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Every location outside the hospital was numbered and numbers were pulled out of a hat to allocate spaces.

& # 39; We were also not allowed to go there before the duchess was admitted to the hospital because it is a working hospital. I'm lucky that I live 15 minutes from the Lindo wing, so it was easier to go to the hospital quickly. & # 39;

Tim has captured the most iconic moments of the royal family for 19 years since joining Shutterstock in 1990 (pictured: Princess Diana with her butler Paul Burrell)

Tim has captured the most iconic moments of the royal family for 19 years since joining Shutterstock in 1990 (pictured: Princess Diana with her butler Paul Burrell)

Tim has captured the most iconic moments of the royal family for 19 years since joining Shutterstock in 1990 (pictured: Princess Diana with her butler Paul Burrell)

The royal photographer said that shooting at the royal family and royal children is like no other work (pictured: Prince Charles with Prince Harry)

The royal photographer said that shooting at the royal family and royal children is like no other work (pictured: Prince Charles with Prince Harry)

The royal photographer said that shooting at the royal family and royal children is like no other work (pictured: Prince Charles with Prince Harry)

What is it like to photograph royal children?

The royal photographer said that capturing royal children in front of the camera is like no other work.

& # 39; The royal children are beautiful and I had the opportunity to shoot them when I was traveling abroad with the Cambridges & he said.

& # 39; While we were on tour in Australia, I was able to photograph George and Charlotte at a children's birthday party. & # 39;

Tim said the process of photographing the royal children & # 39; very different & # 39; is because your & # 39; name must literally come from a hat to secure the opportunity – such as a polling system & # 39 ;.

The photographer said it is understandable that & # 39; heirs parents clearly want fewer photographers around the children & # 39 ;.

& # 39; But another reason for this is that there is often only a small space, so you cannot fit many photographers in the room, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; For generations, the first photos & # 39; s of royal baby & # 39; s have a keen interest in the public & # 39 ;, said Tim (pictured: Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall)

& # 39; For generations, the first photos & # 39; s of royal baby & # 39; s have a keen interest in the public & # 39 ;, said Tim (pictured: Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall)

& # 39; For generations, the first photos & # 39; s of royal baby & # 39; s have a keen interest in the public & # 39 ;, said Tim (pictured: Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall)

& # 39; Both in the UK and abroad there is a great desire to make contact with the royal family and these images are the first opportunity for the public to see the new little one & # 39; meet & # 39;, & # 39; said Tim (pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry)

& # 39; Both in the UK and abroad there is a great desire to make contact with the royal family and these images are the first opportunity for the public to see the new little one & # 39; meet & # 39;, & # 39; said Tim (pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry)

& # 39; Both in the UK and abroad there is a great desire to make contact with the royal family and these images are the first opportunity for the public to see the new little one & # 39; meet & # 39;, & # 39; said Tim (pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry)

What is the meaning of the royal children?

& # 39; For generations, the first photos of royal baby & # 39; s have a keen interest in the public & # 39 ;, Tim said.

& # 39; Both in the UK and abroad there is a great desire to make contact with the royal family and these images are the first opportunity for the public to see the new little one & # 39; meet & # 39;. & # 39;

Tim has been photographing the royal family since the early 1990s – from weddings to new royal baby announcements.

& # 39; It's so exciting & # 39; n exciting time & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; Both for the public and for photographers. & # 39;