The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge has been unveiled in London at the National Portrait Gallery. The painting was painted by Paul Emsley.
It’s a surprisingly honest painting, where Kate Middleton is naturally showing her age rather than an idealized version of her. It will certainly take a lot of criticism.
However, it has the approval of Prince William who described it as “just beautiful.” I agree with him!
If you’re in London you can view the portrait in person at the National Portrait Gallery (the art gallery located directly behind the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square).
What do you think?