Kate Middleton can now add accomplished artist to her list of growing honors.

By Kelsey Glein
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This article originally appeared on InStyle.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been given an honorary lifetime membership to the Royal Photographic Society, a seal of approval typically reserved for those who have won one of the society’s prestigious awards. Princess Kate was selected for her “talent and enthusiasm,” and is reportedly quite excited about the recognition.

Considering we have Middleton to thank for a multitude of adorable portraits of her two children, Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 1, we’d say the membership is quite fitting. The Duchess, who majored in art history while attending the University of St Andrews, was responsible for taking the first official photographs of Charlotte with her older brother back in 2015 as well as the images that were released of George from his first day of nursery school last year.

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Take a look back at the Duchess’s darling images of her little ones to celebrate.

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