Kate Middleton said her kids Prince George and Princess Charlotte have no qualms of posing for her. The royal mom was speaking to British Vogue’s editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman in an interview for the magazine’s centenary issue that hits newsstands on Thursday. The British royal is the cover star of the fashion bible’s June issue.
The 34-year-old princess said that her kids two-year-old George, and one-year-old Charlotte are complete professionals while posing for her, an amateur photographer, who likes to capture all the milestones of her kids. “From taking photographs of George and Charlotte, I have been struck by the wonderful lack of self-consciousness that you see in photographs of children, without the self-awareness that adults generally feel,” Kate said.
Most of the pictures of George and Charlotte have been clicked by the Duchess of Cambridge. Just a day before Charlotte’s first birthday (May 2) Kensington Palace released a series of pictures of the tot Sunday. The pictures of the little princess were taken by none other than her famous mom.
Kate is a “keen photographer” and enjoys taking shots of her kids, a palace source previously told People. Kate has an artistic eye. She majored in the subject from the college and it the same place where she met her husband Prince William.
Kate was clicked by young and well known British photographer Josh Olins for the Vogue photoshoot. Her portraits from the photoshoot are on display currently at the National Portrait Gallery in London, in the “Vogue 100: A Century of Style” exhibit. Besides, Kate reportedly also posed for pictures dressed in a Seventies style denim jumpsuit and a cashmere jumper by supermodel Claudia Schieffer.