The real reason the Duchess of Cambridge took photos of her and Prince William’s children has been revealed. Royal experts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie explained why Kate takes and shares photos of her children on special occasions during their Royally Obsessed podcast. Bowie said Kate hopes to kill the paparazzi industry by removing the need to get photos of the royal family on important occasions like birthdays.
Bowie said, “Apparently, one of the reasons Kate takes and posts pictures of the kids is to curb or kill the paparazzi picture market.
“It’s something I didn’t know, but it makes a lot of sense.
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“This is Kate’s royal strategy, it has also happened with other members of the royal family.
“Because why would a newspaper or magazine want to privately publish grainy, long-lens images of members of the royal family when they themselves are ready to serve crystal-clear Instagram-style snapshots.” ”
Bowie praised Kate for her thought, but also pondered why the royal feels compelled to do so.
The royal commentator continued, “It is bubbling with thoughts about Princess Diana and her birthday which you can’t really talk about without talking about her death.
“It’s just disgusting that Kate should even think like that.
“It is strange that it is such a strategy behind the reason why we get these images before these occasions or perfectly synchronized, all to prevent something from happening. ”
Fiorito also commented on how intrusive the paparazzi can be with the royal family and how Kate’s thinking could change that.
Ms. Fiorito said: “It is disgusting that it happened but it is also a blessing that they can do it.
“I think of how invasive it would be to be in your back garden with your kids and you see a goal going through the bushes.
“I just think it’s so scary, I love that we have these insider looks.
“But at the same time, you have to think about the other side of the coin.
“This is something that the royal family has had to manage for so long. “