The first official portrait of the first heir to the British throne and his wife was unveiled on Thursday morning at the Firzwilliam University in Cambridge. The painting was painted by award-winning and acclaimed portraitist Jamie Coreth commissioned by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund. Unveiling of the first portrait of William and Kate: He was allegedly inspired by the royal couple’s visit to Dublin in 2020. The Duchess is wearing an emerald green dress from The Vampire’s Wife workshop and legendary pumps by Manuel Blahnik, the future king is wearing a classic black suit and tie. which tone in tone matches with its half. Photo gallery (3) Source: SITA / Paul Edwards / Pool Photo via AP “It was the most exceptional privilege of my life that I was chosen to paint this painting,” the author of the painting told the media. “I wanted to show Their Royal Highnesses in a way that they will look relaxed and accessible, but also elegant and dignified,” the artist added. The work was commissioned in 2021 as a gift to the people of Cambridgeshire. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – William and Kate – did not miss the unveiling of the painting. They got their first joint portrait 11 years after the wedding. See what it looks like! Photo gallery (3) Source: SITA / Paul Edwards / Pool Photo via AP
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