The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge look like there are working on a brand new project that will put to use one of the many talents that Kate has. The two want to set up a photography competition, which will be called the Earth shot Prize, in the future and will encourage more people to get behind the camera and capture the moment.
This comes after records were published under the Intellectual Property Office in which there is an application listed for a trademark entitled Earth shot Prize from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s charity The Royal Foundation. They are now the sole leaders of the venture after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex branched out to create their very own organization earlier this year.
In the application, it is written that the trademark name could be used for photographs, clothing, footwear and headgear, as well as education and training services, publishing, cultural activities, competitions and awards and all relating to nature conservation and the environment.
Kate is known to be a fan of photography, being one herself. Back in 2015, it was Kate who was behind the camera when photos of baby Princess Charlotte were released to the public, and since then she has continued to be her children’s personal photographer for any event, be it a birthday or the first day of school, and posting her works online.
The Duchess is also has a lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society for her family portraits and tour photos in 2017 and became a patron of the organization in June. Previously, the role was held by the Queen for around 67 years before she finally handed it down to her granddaughter-in-law.
Kate was seen with a camera on her and William’s most recent tour to Pakistan, and the Duchess impressed yet again, getting stunning personal photos as well as photos of a local family in the Hindu Kush mountains, photos which were later published in the Sunday newspaper.