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Kate Middleton, the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society

Kate Middleton has been appointed as the so-called ‘patron’ of the Royal Photographic Society. They will take the baton from queen Elizabeth. This makes the British royal family, through a press release announced.

The queen gave her the role of after 67 years of service to the wife of her grandson. Middleton’s role as a patron was announced to be a visit to a fotografieworkshop of the Royal Photographic Society and Action For Children, which is where the duchess of Cambridge, with the same role to perform.

He’s been around for a long time been interested in photography, and hopes to be in the role, the benefits of art and creativity in mental health, as well as philosophy.

The Royal Photographic Society was founded in 1853, it was established to bring the art and science of photography and to promote it. There are eleven thousand of the members of the Society. He is in 2017 already an honorary member shall be appointed.

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