Yeah, see, the thing is with photo calls is that it’s an incredibly alien and daunting experience. There are a bunch of grown people, all with cameras, observing a toddler as he plays. Not to mention the flashes are completely blinding. I know, for me personally, that as a child I was very confident but if I had ever been confronted by a wall of adults with cameras - people I didn’t know - I probably would have cried.
They’ve obviously made a conscious choice not to go down that route yet, and I actually think it’s a good idea not to. George isn’t even two and can’t grasp the concept of his title yet. I’m sure both Kate and William know how terrifying a photo call is - I mean you just have to watch videos from when Kate and Will got engaged and you can see how intimidating the press was to grown adults at their engagement photo call.
Listen, I’m not advocating for paps, but I would much rather my child not know they were being photographed and have the occasion be a rare one when they WOULD be in a situation where a paparazzi could take photos, so they could carry out their day without feeling alien and intimidated. I can only imagine how scary a photo call must be for a child. But that’s just my opinion - I’m laying in bed so the answers probably not well thought out 😊
EDIT: @katemiddletons brought up a great point but because in on my mobile I can’t reply - she basically said KP should post candid pictures of George once a month so it would keep him visible and would basically cancel out the need for photo calls or even invasive paps! Totally agree with that - definitely better than paparazzi and photocalls!