The romantic Kate Middleton photo that has pride of place in Prince William's office

Prince William and Kate Middleton
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Prince Wiliam has given fans a sneaky peek at the romantic Kate Middleton photo that takes pride of place in his office during a special Instagram Q&A video.

Prince William has given fans an insight into the romantic photo of his wife Kate Middleton that takes pride of place in his Kensington Place home.

The Duke of Cambridge, who has been recently campaigning for people to help tackle climate change as he approaches his Earthshot Prize awards ceremony on Sunday.

The Earthshot Prize is a global environment prize aimed at inspiring positivity and solutions to tackle some of the world's biggest environmental challenges.

And during the special Q&A a selection of family photographs can be seen on the side units of the family home.

One is Prince William and Kate's 10th-anniversary portrait (opens in new tab) that was taken by photographer Chris Floyd. Fans can see it stand pride of place over William's right shoulder (on the left side of the screen as you look at him in the video) positioned next to the lamp on the sideboard.

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Next to it, the Duke has paid tribute to his beloved late grandfather Prince Philip as a frame snap of him and Prince George carriage riding is positioned on the other side of the table.

The Duke of Edinburgh died (opens in new tab) in April this year aged 99, but he is still in the hearts of the royals and the sweet photo was taken by Kate.

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And Prince William has shown his children mean everything to him as a snap of Prince George and Princess Charlotte on their first day back at school can be seen standing on the sideboard along the adjoining wall.

During the Q&A Prince William admitted, "I want my children's future to be better than what we have at the moment, as we all do."

And he recently shared Prince George's 'confusion' (opens in new tab) over littering after he took part in a litter pick at school.

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Meanwhile, during the Q&A a fan asked 'Are Unicorns real?' and Prince William replied, 'Well I think if you talk to my daughter she'd say they were real. Obviously, it's a trade secret so I can't possibly comment.'

Princess Charlotte was pictured with a unicorn keyring attached to her bag as she joined brother George for the autumn terms at St Thomas' School in Battersea last year, where they have access to up to 60 after-school clubs (opens in new tab).

Meanwhile, Prince William gave fans a closer look at his home decor during his interview with the BBC when he called for entrepreneurs to "repair this planet" not explore space travel.

During the clip, you can get a closer view of his ornaments, picture frames and even spot a new addition to the family.

One fan commented, '100% thought that was a real dog for about a second,' in response to spotting what appears to be a Dorgi door stop statue hiding under the sidetable - a nod to his grandmother the Queen who owns Dorgi's.

The Queen recently spoke out about her 'irritation' (opens in new tab) over the world issue when she was overheard expressing her annoyance when people are all talk and no action.

Another fan added, 'I want that dog!! Wonder where it’s from?'

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And also in the pride of place is the Cambridge family Christmas card portrait (opens in new tab) from 2020 which was taken at their Norfolk home of Anmer Hall.

It features Prince William, wife Kate Middleton, and their three children, George, eight, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three and is placed on the side unit opposite the treasured school photograph.

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And as we countdown to Christmas, William will have to make room on the side for the new annual festive portrait.

Selina Maycock
Selina Maycock

Selina is a Senior Entertainment Writer with more than 14 years of experience in newspapers and magazines. She currently looks after all things Entertainment for Goodto.com, Woman&Home, and My Imperfect Life. Before joining Future Publishing, Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism. She is fully NCTJ and NCE qualified and has 100wpm shorthand. When she's not interviewing celebrities you can find her exploring new countryside walking routes, catching up with friends over good food, or making memories.