The Official Portrait Of Prince William & Kate Middleton Has Been Unveiled- Checkout!

Kate Middleton and Prince William recently visited Cambridgeshire and saw a new portrait created by artist Jamie Coreth. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the unveiling of their first official portrait together at the Fitzwilliam Museum, a snap of which was also shared on their Instagram account.

The Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund, which is managed by the Cambridge Community Foundation, commissioned the recently unveiled portrait painting in 2021. Jamie Coreth, an award-winning British portrait artist, created it. William and Kate can be seen looking into the distance in the artwork. The royal pair look stunning, with the Duchess of Cambridge dressed in a green lurex Vampire’s Wife midi dress, which she wore in Dublin in 2020. Kate is also spotted wearing a pearl bracelet, reportedly from her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, as well as a pair of green Manolo Blahnik heels. In terms of Prince William, he can be observed dressed sharply in a suit.

Check out the portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton:


According to sources, the image will be stored in the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum for at least three years and will be open to the public for viewing. According to People, Jamie Coreth, the artist, replied to working on the piece by saying, “It was the ‘most extraordinary privilege of my life to be chosen to paint this picture. I wanted to show Their Royal Highnesses in a manner where they appeared both relaxed and approachable, as well as elegant and dignified.”


William and Kate have been known to attend royal tours regularly, including their recent visit to Cambridgeshire.

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