Meghan Markle can now add “social media photographer” to her list of royal duties: On Saturday, the Kensington Palace Twitter account shared an image of Prince Harry rehearsing a speech and gave the photo credit to the Duchess of Sussex herself—showing the world that she’s been hiding some artsy camera skills.
“Getting ready for tonight’s @InvictusSydney closing ceremony, where we will celebrate the #InvictusGames competitors, and their friends and families. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both speak at the ceremony this evening. #IG2018,” the tweet said, including a black-and-white photo of Prince Harry wielding a microphone. The last line was “📷 The Duchess of Sussex,” indicating Markle was the proud wife behind the photo.
The image appears to have been taken just before she and Prince Harry both gave remarks at Saturday’s Invictus Games closing ceremony in Sydney. The event marked the 11th day of the couple’s first royal tour together, which has included stops in Australia, Fiji, and Tonga so far.
It’s pretty uncommon for members of the royal family to supply content for official social media accounts, since they’re not allowed to have their own forms of social media. In the past, Kate Middleton has occasionally taken on the role of family photographer for her and Prince William’s brood, providing Kensington Palace with some adorable images of the royal children. Now, it seems she has a kindred picture-taking spirit in Markle. The Duchess of Sussex actually used to take plenty of her own shots when she had personal Instagram and Twitter accounts as an actress, but she had to delete both when she became a royal.
Prince Harry and Markle have a few more days left on the tour, so we’ll have to see if any more of the Duchess’s personal photos make it onto social media. While the couple is usually completely surrounded by photographers, it’s always sweet to get a glimpse of personal moments from their perspective.