Prince William and Catherine give royal seal of approval for first joint portrat

Prince William and Catherine give royal seal of approval for first joint portrat

Royal portraits can be something of a hit and miss affair.

But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave their personal seal of approval to their first official joint portrait on a visit to, appropriately, Cambridge.

And tying neatly into the theme, Kate, 40, sports a very special loan from the Queen in the portrait – the Duchess of Cambridge pearl pendant brooch.

Camera IconThe first joint portrait of Prince William and Catherine, by British artist, Jamie Coreth. Credit: Handout/Jamie Coreth/Fine Art Commission

The startlingly realistic painting was commissioned last year as a gift for the people of Cambridgeshire and shows the pair standing side-by-side.

Kate is wearing an AUD$2830 emerald green dress by The Vampire’s Wife which she first wore during a visit to Dublin in 2020.

CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND - JUNE 23: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge where the Royal couple viewed a portrait of themselves painted by artist Jamie Coreth during an official visit to Cambridgeshire on June 23, 2022 in Cambridge, England.  (Photo by Paul Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Camera IconPrince William and Duchess Kate visited Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge for the portrait unveiling. Credit: WPA Pool/Getty Images

She completes the look with AUD$1500 Manolo Blahnik satin green heels and Princess Diana’s “By one of Britain’s leading portrait artists” pearl earrings.


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