Duchess Kate has put on line photos of her royal travels to the South East Asian rainforest in Borneo in September.

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Prince William and Kate visited the Danum Valley Research Station to support work to protect the rainforest and its wildlife, including the orangutan.

Kate snapped pictures of light breaking through a clearing in the forest, some of the magnificent trees and even a rare glimpse of an orangutan in silhouette.

Some photographs were taken through the window of an aircraft, showing the rainforest and the weather surrounding it.

However, Kate’s technical ability with a lens has been thrown into doubt.

“I feel sure that as time goes by she will improve the technical quality of her pictures,” photographer Kent Gavin told The Mirror.

“I can recall that the Duke of York took up photography for a while so maybe he could give her a few tips.”

The duchess’ holiday snaps can been seen online at www.dukeandduchessofcambridge.org