Prince George and Princess Charlotte inherited this very special talent from mum Kate Middleton

Prince George nd Princess Charlotte
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Prince George and Princess Charlotte are taking up a new hobby – and it seems like they’ve inherited mum Kate Middleton’s special talent!

From learning how to dance and playing tennis to learning Spanish, the little royals already have plenty of hobbies between them.

But now their mum Kate has revealed the pair have taken up another hobby – photography.

During a visit to an Action for Children centre in Kingston, in London, the mum-of-three spoke to teenagers on how she chooses what she photographs and revealed her oldest kids are following in her footsteps.

We wonder what hobbies Louis will be taking up when he's a bit old... (Credit: PA Wire)

The Duchess said: ‘Just look at everything around you. Maybe it's in front of you, or far away but choose your subject and focus on it.

‘Get outside with your camera as well. George and Charlotte love it when we do that.’

This is not the first passion Kate and William decided to share with their offspring.

The couple are big fans of sports, especially skiing – and they’ve already taken their little ones of a trip to the slopes where George started to learn.

Last year, during a official royal trip to Norway, Kate confirmed that Prince George tried skiing during their trip to their French Alps in 2016, ‘but he was just two and a half so was just starting’.

Both George and Charlotte have taken up horse riding – a hobby loved by their great-grandmother the Queen.

Little Charlotte also takes after her late grandmother, Princess Diana, when it comes to dancing, and she was said to be taking classes.

Among their many activities, Kate also makes sure her little ones do one thing everyday, which she hopes will enhance their wellbeing and keep them healthy – physically and mentally.

Speaking on CBBC TV show Blue Peter, Kate revealed: ‘Rain or shine, they’re dragged outside.

‘It’s great. It encourages creativity, confidence and even a short amount of time – 10 or 15 minutes – makes a huge difference to physical wellbeing but also to our mental wellbeing.’

Mariana Cerqueira
Lifestyle Editor

Mariana is a lifestyle writer who has written for and My Imperfect Life. She joined the team as an intern after completing her journalism MA at City University. After six months spent writing about food, celebrity news, and family trends, Mariana left to write for Healthy Food magazine - but returned in 2017, to join the Future team once again. In her spare time, you’ll find Mariana in the kitchen cooking for her friends.