We all took a tiny glimpse at the swaddled royal baby, Prince George, the day after he was born. Twitter may be graced with newer and better photos early next week.
In another break with tradition, the first public pictures of the future King of England will be posted on social media and will not be taken by the royal photographer but by his mom’s family.
The Cambridge’s — William, Kate, and little George — have been staying at the Middleton’s family home in Bucklebury since two days after the Prince was born.
The Daily Mirror reports on Monday that the first authorized pictures of the heir will be ones taken by aunt Pippa and grandma and grandpa, Carole and Michael Middleton.
Reportedly, there are piles and piles of photos to comb through, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in charge of finding the very best photos of their royal baby to share with the world.
According to a royal aide who spoke to the Mirror, one of the options the couple is considering is releasing some of the photos they have taken themselves.
After they select the ones they want to share, like millions around the world do, they will post them on Twitter, more specifically the Kensington Palace feed.
This is another departure from previous royal behavior, showing that William and Kate are in tune with what people want to see, especially when it comes to the birth of their son.
According to a source, the Duchess has a great eye for good pictures and wants the official portrait to look relaxed and natural, not posed.
Kate Middleton is starting a new trend when it comes to official portraits of her royal baby, Prince George. As in other areas — she is seen as a trend setter and millions follow her fashion style — now they will watch how she behaves as a mom.