The royal veteran photographer who followed Prince Charles and the Royal Family throughout his entire career, told ITV Good Morning Britain he regrets missing out on taking more pictures of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William’s three children. Asked whether he believes he missed out on some key snaps of the royals, he joked “she doesn’t need me” when he admitted Kate takes brilliant photos of her children now.
Mr Edwards said: “I’d love to have photographed some of Catherine’s children.
“I did obviously when they were born, but Catherine is such a brilliant photographer that she doesn’t need anybody.”
“She’s done you out of a job, hasn’t she?,” ITV host Charlotte Hawkins joked.
He replied: “Yeah, and she’s doing a great job too.”
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The Duchess of Cambdridge, 38, is a mother of three.
Wife of Prince William, she has Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
Royal fans may hope Kate Middleton announces another pregnancy, and recently there have been some rumours with bookies narrowing the odds on a fourth baby.
Body language expert Judi James revealed one way in which eagle-eyed fans could spot Kate is pregnant.
She claims one easy tell would be in the Duchess’s three children.
The letter, posted on the organisation’s official website in 2017, discussed the influence the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have as royals and the power they have to “make a sustainable small family”.
Clearly, Kate did not heed the warning, as the next year, in 2018, she had Prince Louis.
A fourth child would make Kate the first royal woman sine the Queen to have four children.
Judi has also suggested the togetherness Kate and William showed at a recent event could indicate the arrival of a baby.
They attended Shire Hall Care Home in South Wales on Tuesday.
The Duchess of Cambridge could be seen laying a sweet hand on her husband’s back.
Judi said: “Their togetherness signals might suggest a new royal baby.”