Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, has become a life member of the Royal Photographic Society. This honorary title the wife of Prince William was awarded for the pictures taken by her as a representative of the royal family.

According to the executive director of photography community, particularly close attention should be paid to some works of the Duchess. First, the images from the island of Borneo, which were made five years ago by Catherine. An endangered species of orangutans was depicted on one of them. And on the other — Mount Kinabalu. Secondly, the photos of Kate and William’s successors — George and Charlotte, are very popular. Exactly the Duchess of Cambridge has made the first official picture of the princess.

In addition, Catherine periodically pleases the fans of the royal family with the photos of her children in different periods of their lives. Duchess has captured Prince George’s first day of kindergarten. Katherine also made a picture showing how Charlotte was learning to walk.

In addition to the Duchess of Cambridge, the Royal Photographic Society includes such masters as Annie Leibovitz and Sir Don McCallin.

It is worth noting that E.Leibovitz has photographed Elizabeth II surrounded by the grandchildren. The picture was made during the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Queen.