It’s no secret that Kate Middleton , 37, has long been fond of photography: in the press, pictures of the children of the Duchess, made by her own hands, repeatedly appeared . Today, Kate visited a master class in the art of photography, which was held in Warren Park in one of the districts of London.

At the event, Kate appeared to find out how the passion for photography helps young people develop self-confidence and express themselves. During the official visit, she shared her personal experience and talked to young photographers from the charity organization Action for Children, of which the duchess is patron.

At the master class Middlela appeared in a romantic image: she was wearing a light dress with a “cucumber” paisley print and light beige espadrilles on a wedge from Castaner brand. The laconic image of Kate was complemented by elegant earrings from Catherine Zoraid.

On the eve of this event, Kensington Palace officially announced the new appointment of Kate Middleton. As it turned out, Queen Elizabeth II appointed Prince William’s spouse as patron of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. Interestingly, before Kate, the queen herself held this post for 67 years. Middleton has been in this society since 2017, and its members have repeatedly noted her talent and fine taste.

By the way, Kate has been keen on photography since she was a child: she attended a photographic group at school and then continued to improve her skills at St. Andrews University, where she met Prince William.