Breaking Away From The Cardinal Rule? First Official Royal Baby Portrait Taken By Grandpa Michael Middleton

It may not be what the world had anticipated for a first official portrait, but picture shows a smiling Duke and Duchess of Cambridge holding sleeping Prince George in her arms in the sun-dappled back garden in Berkshire. The snapshots were taken by grandpa Michael Middleton who seemingly snapped straight into the light. Family pets Lupo and Tilly even got in on the act. Kensington Palace said the photographs were taken with an inexpensive camera in early August while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were staying with Kate’s parents at their Berkshire mansion.
In spite of what others may think, the pictures are charming. They are a reflection of the joy, happiness and the marital bliss that this young royal couple continue to experience. It also reflects the young approach and the normalcy to their lives that Prince William wants to bring to bear.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge
The baby boy who will one day be king

Via The Daily Mail


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