Kate Middleton has revealed her favourite picture of baby Prince George and it’s SO cute

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  • Kate Middleton has revealed which snap of baby Prince George is her favourite, and our hearts can’t quite handle all the cuteness…

    The mum-of-three probably loves all (or at least most) pictures of her kids – like all mums – but turns out she does have a favourite snap from when her firstborn was a baby.

    When Prince George was only eight-months-old, he embarked on first royal tour with Kate and William – all the way down to New Zeland and Australia for three weeks.

    The tour proved to be a hit with royal fans around the world, as cheeky baby George stole the show by being cute and sassy all at once.

    During the tour, one photographer took an adorable shot of George and mum Kate, which turned out to be her favourite according to Steven Woolf, the photographer who took it.

    The sweet moment was captured during a group play date in Wellington, and shows Kate lovingly holding George in her arms.

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    The photographer told the Express: ‘She said it was just lovely and that it was her favourite photo of the tour.’

    Kate, who graduated in History of Art from the University of St Andrews, has an eye for good photography that has earned her a lifetime honorary membership of the Royal Photographic Society.

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    The recognition came after she shared a series of photographs of her children, which she captured herself.

    This included the first official picture of Princess Charlotte when she was born in 2015, as well as the first picture of baby Louis last year and Prince George’s first day at nursery.

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    At the time of her recognition, chief executive Michael Pritchard said: ‘She is latest in a long line of royal photographers and the society is pleased to recognise her talent.’