Duchess of Cambridge takes a turn on the OTHER side of the lens in personal photos from Borneo

The Duchess of Cambridge takes a turn on the OTHER side of the lens: Kate's personal photographs from royal trip to Borneo are released (but are they any good) Set of seven pictures feature landscapes and wildlife images from Kate's jungle adventure They follow yesterday's security bungle as pictures of William at work were released on the same site containing sensitive information The images include an endangered orangutan and scenery snapped from a plane | UPDATED: 17:30 GMT, 21 November 2012 As one of the most photographed women in the world the Duchess of Cambridge is used to being around cameras, and her trip to the Far East generated thousands of images that were seen around the globe. Today the Duchess of Cambridge hopes to prove that she is just as capable behind the lens as she is in front of it as photographs of her trip to Borneo have been published on her official website. Kate, who is a keen photographer, took the shots on her own camera during a visit to the Danum Valley Research Station during her Diamond Jubilee tour to South East Asia and the South Pacific with the Duke of Cambridge.

JANET STREET PORTER: From my men to my hair colour – unlike Charles, you can ask me anything!

From my men to my hair colour – unlike Charles, you can ask me anything! | UPDATED: 14:57 GMT, 19 November 2012 Prince Charles has been on the receiving end of some strong criticism (quite a bit from me) over the years, ranging from the vast number of staff he employs to his habit of writing spidery black ink memos to government Ministers on a huge range of subjects from architecture to medicine.

Meet the four-year-old pageant princess with her own gypsy wedding dressmaker who creates 200 outfits she only wears once

Meet the four-year-old pageant princess with her own gypsy wedding dressmaker who creates 200 outfits she only wears once | UPDATED: 00:01 GMT, 8 November 2012 Millie Guy is only four-years-old but she already has a lavish wardrobe bursting at the seams with around 20 outfits created by her very own gypsy wedding dressmaker.

Melbourne Cup 2012: Charles and Camilla are mobbed by royal fans

Dazzling despite the drizzle: Charles and Camilla are mobbed as they attend the Melbourne Cup during their Jubilee tour Royal couple went on a brief walkabout as they made their way into the main grandstand at Flemington racecourseDuchess of Cornwall's first visit to Australia For the Duchess Philip Treacy created a wide brimmed cream hat that matched her flowing coat and dress by Bruce Oldfield | UPDATED: 16:26 GMT, 6 November 2012 The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall received a rapturous welcome as they attended the famous Melbourne Cup on the latest leg of their Jubilee tour. Despite the drizzle, Charles and Camilla went on a brief walkabout, shaking hands and waving at the crowds as they made their way into the main grandstand at Flemington racecourse

Melbourne Cup 2012: Aussies" big day out at the races

And you thought Ascot was a bit racy! Aussies' big day out at the Melbourne Cup Charles and Camilla attended the prestigious horse racing event in Melbourne today as part of Diamond Jubilee tour | UPDATED: 20:37 GMT, 6 November 2012 The Duchess of Cornwall declared the Melbourne Cup bigger than Ascot today after its huge crowds impressed the royal as she presented the winner’s trophy. More than 105,000 people flocked to Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne for the two-mile race, which has become a social, cultural and sporting icon for Australia – and a large number of them were ladies dressed to impress.

Camilla cuddles a baby kangaroo as she gets a taste of life in the Australian outback on Diamond Jubilee tour

Camilla cuddles a baby kangaroo as she gets a taste of life in the Australian outback on Diamond Jubilee tour | UPDATED: 15:23 GMT, 5 November 2012 She has only just stepped foot on the dusty red soil of rural Queensland, but the Duchess of Cornwall has wasted no time in getting to grips with life in the Australian outback on her first visit to the country.

Queen welcomes President of Indonesia to Buckingham Palace on state visit

Queen rolls out the royal red carpet as diamond jubilee celebrations continue with state visit from President of Indonesia | UPDATED: 20:58 GMT, 31 October 2012 The Queen continued her busy year of engagements to mark her Diamond Jubilee today with a state visit from the President of Indonesia. The Duke of Edinburgh and the Prime Minister David Cameron joined the Queen to greet Dr Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, 59, and first lady Ani Bambang Yudhoyono at Horse Guards Parade for the start of their three-day trip to the UK

The celebrations go on! Queen and Prince Philip set to attend Diamond Jubilee gala at the Royal Opera House today

Queen and Prince Philip set to attend Diamond Jubilee gala at the Royal Opera House today | UPDATED: 15:20 GMT, 30 October 2012 The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will attend a gala Diamond Jubilee celebration at the Royal Opera House today. The couple will be greeted by the chief executive of the Royal Opera House, Tony Hall, and introduced to officials before the performance. The Queen will be presented with a posy by a youngster from the Chance to Dance programme which gives children the opportunity to train in classical ballet by attending weekly classes

David Attenborough celebrates his own Diamond Jubilee with new BBC series 60 Years In The Wild

'Apart from the rats it's been an absolute joy!' David Attenborough celebrates his own Diamond Jubilee with a special series of nature documentaries | UPDATED: 21:30 GMT, 26 October 2012 Sir David Attenborough is such a jolly soul, you tend to forget he's been knocking around now for more years than television itself. 'Inside, I'm skipping about picking up plants,' he says

Queen Elizabeth brightens up a damp day in a stylish violet coat and trendy fedora hat

Purple rain: Queen Elizabeth brightens up a damp day in a stylish violet coat and trendy fedora hat on a visit to the Jubilee Gardens | UPDATED: 20:45 GMT, 25 October 2012 The rain couldn't dampen the Queen's spirits, or her wardrobe choices for today's visit to the rebuilt Jubilee Gardens in London. Her majesty chose a bright purple coat with matching accessories including an on-trend fedora-style felt hat and a purple-trimmed umbrella