Kate Middleton shows off previously unseen photo of George, Charlotte and Louis

Jennifer Savin
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Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo - Getty Images
Photo credit: Max Mumby/Indigo - Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

Royal fans have been eagerly awaiting a new update from the Cambridge family, following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all Oprah interview, during which Meghan described Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, as a "good person".

While the Palace have commented on some of the issues raised within the primetime special, Prince William and Kate are appearing to keep it 'business as usual', with the Duchess hopping onto a Zoom call with Jasmine Harrison, who last month became the youngest woman to solo row the Atlantic.

Given that the country is still living under coronavirus restrictions, as the government's four-step plan continues to roll out, it made sense for the pair to have their discussion over video call – and luckily for eagle-eyed royal enthusiasts, this also meant getting another glimpse into the Cambridge's London home, complete with a view of an adorable photo of George, Charlotte and Louis on display.

The unseen photo shows the three Cambridge siblings sat in a row, with Prince George (who will one day be king) sat in the centre, with his arm around little Louis. Charlotte appears on the right-hand side of her two brothers and although it's not immediately clear when the snap was taken, it may be from George's seventh birthday last July, based on the top he is wearing.

Photo credit: kensingtonroyal - Instagram
Photo credit: kensingtonroyal - Instagram

It's also very possible that Kate Middleton took the photograph of her three children herself, as it's known that she is a keen photographer, who often prefers to be behind the lens during family events, in order to afford her royal clan a little more privacy.

During her chat with Jasmine, the Duchess (who has also dabbled in rowing, previously being a part of an all-female team, the Sisterhood) told the accomplished sportswoman that her achievements were a "huge door-opener" for other young women. She also added, "I can't get my head around seventy days at sea! You're such an inspiration."

Jasmine's journey took her 70 days, three hours and 48 minutes to complete, and saw her travel 3,000 miles.

We're looking forward to seeing more photos of the Cambridge children as and when! Typically the family release a portrait of each child on their birthday, with the next one being Prince Louis' – he will turn three on the 23rd of April.

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