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Kate Middleton is the first royal mom to take official photos of her kids - here are her cutest family pictures so far

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Kate Middleton is known for taking photographs of her family.
The Duchess of Cambridge has photographed each of her kids - Prince George , Princess Charlotte , and Prince Louis - to document their birthdays.
She's also photographed the children with Prince William; most recently, Kensington Palace shared a photo the Duchess captured of her family for Christmas .
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The royal family is one of the most photographed families in the world, most times by professional photographers who know exactly how to get their best angles with impeccable lighting...
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