A spectacular portrait of William and Kate has come to light. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were captured on canvas together for the first time.
The artwork was done by artist Jamie Coreth and was commissioned by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund and managed by the Cambridge Community Foundation.
The British artist painted the painting after being inspired by an appearance the couple made during a visit to Dublin, Ireland in 2020.
Portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton
In the painting, Kate shines in a dark green metallic midi dress from The Vampire’s Wife, paired with green satin heels from Manolo Blahnik.
One of the first details to notice when noticing the painting was the earrings the Duchess wore, these are the pearl pendants that once belonged to Princess Diana.
Another highlight is the Cambridge Pearl Pendan brooch, which Queen Elizabeth lent to Kate. This is a piece from the royal jewelery box that was made in the 19th century and was first worn by Princess Augusta of Hesse-Kessel, who in 1818 married King George III’s son, Prince Adolf, the princess became Duchess of Cambridge and this brooch was made in her honour.
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