How to edit the photos of the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry from leaked photos

The Duchess of Cornwall is in a photo editing suite at the Royal Palace and Prince William and Kate are both on the same photo editing software.

The software, called Photoshop, was used to make a series of leaked photos published by The Sun which included images of the Prince and Duchess of Sussex, who were seen posing for photos at the Palace of Versailles earlier this month.

A spokesman for the Royal Household told the Daily Mail: “The Duchess and the Prince are in a suite of the Palace at Versaillese for an upcoming visit to the Palace and the Queen and her family.”

Kate and the Duchess have been spotted with their parents at the Buckingham Palace for several weeks and are seen regularly with other dignitaries such as the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles and Prince Philip.

The photos were released after an article in The Sun revealed the Duchess had been photographed holding the Queen’s hand while they posed for pictures at Versacourt in September.

The Duchess is a former model, actress and model herself and was born into wealth.

She has since been married to her second husband, Prince Philip, a leading man who has a daughter, Kate, and three children.

The Prince of England is said to be the most powerful man in the world and he is said by some to be as powerful as the Queen.

He has already spent more than £2bn of his own money on an extravagant lifestyle, including a £300,000 yacht and luxury golf courses.

The pictures were taken from the Duchess’s suite at Buckingham Palace during her first visit to Versailly last week.

The Sun also published a series from earlier this week of photos taken at a wedding reception in the US and shows Kate and Prince Charles in a private party with the Duchess.

Kate and her parents are expected to arrive in Paris on Friday for a summit on the Paris Climate Agreement, which is being pushed by US President Donald Trump.

The pair are due to meet US President Emmanuel Macron and French President Emmanuel Faye-Mayeur.