Photo charity approaches Kate Middleton to take on Wills' late mum Princess Diana's patron role
Kate Middleton may be set to follow in the footsteps of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana by becoming patron of a photo charity.
The Positive View Foundation, which helps disadvantaged young people by introducing them to photography, has approached Kate, 30, to take on the role that Diana held in the early 1990s.
'Kate has a keen interest in disadvantaged young people and loves photography. This would be ideal for her,' says a source.
'The charity will resonate with Kate, and of course the fact that Positive View has links with both William and his mother will play a part in her decision.'
Kate's husband Prince William, 29, previously took on his mother's role in 2010 and helped to raise over £500,000.
But Kate - who's already patron of 4 charities - isn't expected to decide which other organisations she'll back until the end of this year or the start of next.
'It's under discussion but nothing has been confirmed with the Palace yet,' a spokesman for the foundation tells the Mail On Sunday.
'At this stage we can't say anything while it is so up in the air.'