Kate admits that her kids occasionally say, “Mummy, please stop snapping pictures.”
Her children have asked her to “please stop taking photographs,” according to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate, who is a talented photographer, claimed that George, Charlotte, and Louis are occasionally hesitant to allow her to shoot them.
During a conversation with a finalist in her Hold Still photography contest, she made the remarks.
Kate was talking about an emotive photo of her daughter Poppy cuddling her father Mark before his shift as a paramedic in Newport, South Wales, captured by Ceri Edwards.
The black-and-white image’s “strength, courage, and resilience” were commended by the duchess.
‘Mummy, please stop snapping photographs,’ everyone says.
Kate and Ceri discussed the power of photography during the phone chat, which was posted on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s YouTube page on Thursday.
Ceri responded no to the duchess’s question about her husband being a photographer.
Mark, on the other hand, would argue that I take a lot of images of the family.”
Kate said with a giggle, “It’s like me.” ‘Mummy, please stop snapping photographs,’ everyone says.
“I know, but I adore it,” Ceri replied. I enjoy reminiscing. When you have children, time seems to go at a breakneck pace, and it’s a wonderful thing for me. You can tell how much the kids have matured when you look back.”
During the epidemic, the Hold Still project urged people to document life through photography. It has since been transformed into a book and exhibition.