Kate Middleton just added an impressive accomplishment to her CV 5 years ago

Kate Middleton just added an impressive accomplishment to her CV

Let me be clear.

I'm well aware that Kate Middleton doesn't require a CV for her title as Duchess of Cambridge and fulfilling royal engagements is a job in itself.


However, in case you weren't aware, the mother of two has a degree in art history, worked as an assistant accessories buyer for clothing company Jigsaw and also studied photography for a time.

It seems this is one skill the 34-year-old has honed to perfection for she's just received a very impressive accolade, having been made an honorary member of the of the Royal Photographic Society.

The recognition comes in response to images Kate snapped of her children, Princess Charlotte and her brother Prince George, at their home in Norfolk.

According to reports, Kate was the first of the royal family to photograph a member of the royal family as a baby and it was also a departure from the norm to have her take the images herself.


Unsurprisingly, the adorable shots of the children made headlines around the world and you can see them for yourself below.


Speaking about the news, Dr. Michael Pritchard, chief executive of the society said:

"The Duchess of Cambridge has had a long-standing interest in photography and its history.

"She is the latest in a long line of royal photographers and the society is pleased to recognise her talent and enthusiasm through honorary membership.

"We look forward to a continuing relationship with her."