Kate Middleton Has a Subtle Trick to Get Closer to People in Pictures and TikTok Is Obsessed

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Kate Middleton Has a Subtle Trick to Get Closer to People in Pictures and TikTok Is Obsessed


There is truly nothing worse than posing for a photo and realizing that the photographer (your BFF who, bless, has no artistic skills to speak of) is taking a million rapid fire photos on their phone while you awkwardly try to adjust yourself.

Turns out Kate Middleton gets it, and has a solution. Kate takes hundreds of formal photos a year due to much of her job as a “working royal” involving smiling for the camera with various dignitaries. And a BTS video of Kate posing for a photo with Queen Margrethe and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark back in February 2022 is going viral thanks to Kate subtly shuffling her feet to get closer to the Queen.

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The video was posted by @the.royal.watcher on TikTok (via People), and fans in the comments are speculating about why Kate did the “princess shuffle” and didn’t simply take a step to her right. But as one person put it, “I feel like it’s so she doesn’t look weird scooting in one big leap in case they photograph every second.”

Literally that! Kate has had years of practice taking professional pics and back in August 2022, stylist and royal fashion expert Miranda Holder revealed her trick for always looking good in photos: Kate’s chin is never not parallel to the ground.

“The Duchess of Cambridge has had some media training and I’m going to share a cheeky little style hack that she uses every single time without fail,” Miranda explained on TikTok. “She has simply been trained to always keep her chin parallel to the ground. She doesn’t tilt it down, she doesn’t tilt it up, and that ensures a flattering photograph every single time.”

The more you know!

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