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The Duchess of Cambridge is pictured with photos in Canada. It will be one of the first projects that the foundation has launched since the big split with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

William and Kate have to make a new Royal Award with the launch of the photography competition

  • Duchess of Cambridge creates a new Earthshot Prize photo competition
  • It is thought that she and Prince William encourage others to use their cameras
  • The couple's charity organization used the name of the award as a trademark
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Royals have used traditionally celebrated snappers such as Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Mario Testino for official portraits of their children.

But the Duchess of Cambridge prefers to make her own photos – and they are very good too.

It is now thought that she and Prince William will encourage others to get behind the camera by launching their own photography competition.

The Duchess of Cambridge is pictured with photos in Canada. It will be one of the first projects that the foundation has launched since the big split with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

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The Duchess of Cambridge is pictured with photos in Canada. It will be one of the first projects that the foundation has launched since the big split with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Earlier this year she visited a photography workshop of the Royal Photographic Society and Action For Children in Kingston upon Thames, South West London

Earlier this year she visited a photography workshop of the Royal Photographic Society and Action For Children in Kingston upon Thames, South West London

Earlier this year she visited a photography workshop of the Royal Photographic Society and Action For Children in Kingston upon Thames, South West London

It is called the Earthshot Prize and the couple's charity organization, the Royal Foundation, has already taken the formal step of applying to the Intellectual Property Office to trademark the award's name.

Princess Charlotte is pictured above with her brother Prince Louis, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge on Princess Charlotte's third birthday

Princess Charlotte is pictured above with her brother Prince Louis, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge on Princess Charlotte's third birthday

Princess Charlotte is pictured above with her brother Prince Louis, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge on Princess Charlotte's third birthday

As a sign of the importance they attach to the prize, the name could be used for photos, clothing, footwear, and headwear, according to the request.

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Other areas covered are education and training services, publications, cultural activities and everything related to nature conservation and the environment.

A spokesperson for Kensington Palace refuses to give details about the prize, but it makes sense that Kate celebrates camera work.

Earlier this year she visited a photography workshop of the Royal Photographic Society and Action For Children in Kingston upon Thames, South West London.

Her appearance came just when Kate was named the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society, as the Queen's successor.

It will be one of the first projects that the foundation has launched since the big split with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Prince Harry and Meghan had been part of a & # 39; Fab Four & # 39; with William and Kate, but they left to launch their own foundation, Sussex Royal.

Conservation and the environment is one of the many interests that William and Harry share, so there can be rivalry between their projects.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are pictured above. Royals have used traditionally celebrated snappers such as Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Mario Testino for official portraits of their children. But the Duchess of Cambridge prefers to take her own photos

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are pictured above. Royals have used traditionally celebrated snappers such as Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Mario Testino for official portraits of their children. But the Duchess of Cambridge prefers to take her own photos

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are pictured above. Royals have used traditionally celebrated snappers such as Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Mario Testino for official portraits of their children. But the Duchess of Cambridge prefers to take her own photos

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