Royal Baby Photos: Kate Middleton and Prince William to Release New Baby George Photos on Twitter (VIDEO)

Royal baby photos are set to land on Twitter as early as next week, according to reports.

(Photo: The British Monarchy)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, leave the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London with their newborn son, George Alexander Louis, on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, in this photo provided to members of the media by The British Monarchy.

Prince George, now third in line to the British throne, was briefly shown off by Prince William and Kate Middleton the day after he was born. However, a huge crowd of photographers and media personnel were only able to catch a slight glimpse of the newborn at that time.

It has now been reported though, that social media site Twitter may be used to show off new and clearer shots of Prince George as early as next week.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have not been scared with breaking with tradition, and it looks like they may decide to do things a bit differently again this time. It has been reported that the first public photos of the future king will not be taken by an official royal photographer, but rather by the Duchess' family.

(Photo: Twitter/Clarence House)Clarence House released a photo of Prince George's birth certificate on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013.

Prince William, Kate and Prince George have been staying with the Middleton's in their family home in Bucklebury since just a few days after the baby was born. According to The Daily Mirror in Britain, the first authorized photos of the newborn will be taken by Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton, as well as new grandparents Michael and Carole Middleton.

The Prince and Duchess will reportedly be sifting through a huge number of photos taken by the family through the first weeks of Prince George's life and hand-pick the best few to show off to the world.

Once they have chosen their photos, it is believed that they will have the photos uploaded and released through their Kensington Palace Twitter account.

According to sources, Kate Middleton has been adamant that the first photos show Prince George in a natural and relaxed way, and not in a portrait pose – again a break with royal tradition.