"This feels like a power move on Kate’s behalf. Sharing personal images conveys humility, whereas images typically shared by royals are stuffy, staged moments captured by a professional photographer."
What is the celebration of a new royal photo without some made-up rumors?
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, the Duchess of Cambridge has gone and done it again, elbowing her commoner way into the heart of the monarchy.
With Catherine's permission, Kensington Palace released two photos of Princess Charlotte on November 29th. The darling snaps were taken by Her Royal Highness at the family's Anmer Hall home, which sits on the Queen's Sandringham estate.
Catherine's father, Michael Middleton took photos of her, Prince William and Prince George about a month after Georges' birth in 2013. This was a break in tradition with past royal baby images, which were taken by professional photographers.
It's not the norm, however, for Catherine to break from tradition; George's December 2014 photos were taken by a professional at Kensington Palace, as were both Cambridge childrens' christening.
"Queen Elizabeth is disgusted by Kate’s constant middle-class influence, which played a large role in Carole Middleton’s limited access to the Duchess," the site alleged, also pointing out that royal babies wear onesies before the age of one, not dresses and tights.
"With the support of her mother, Kate Middleton has revolutionized the royal family."
Ok, relax. This is dumb.
"Perhaps she was dressed up for a family event, but probably Kate just saw her looking precious and gorgeous and snapped a picture," royal expert Victoria Arbiter told Yahoo! Parenting.
"I don't think it's calculated to send a message; that's not how the royals think at all."