The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge unveiled a new official portrait of themselves on Thursday, 23 June 2022, at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, 2022, by Jamie Coreth.
Photo: The Royal Family

The Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund commissioned the first portrait joint of William and Kate in 2021, at the time of their 10th wedding anniversary, as a gift for the people in the county.

According to The Telegraph, the Duke and Duchess invited British award-winning portrait artist, Jamie Coreth, to Kensington Palace for several sittings.

In the portrait, the Duchess wears a bright dark green dress which she previously wore during an official visit to Ireland in 2020, with matching shoes, a brooch belonging to Queen Elizabeth and earrings once owned by Diana, Princess of Wales.

Meanwhile, the Duke wears a suit, with a blue tie.

Both are standing in front of a background with the tones and colours of many of the historical stone buildings, with the hexagonal architectural motif, which can be seen around Cambridge.

The portrait is currently on public display at the Fitzwilliam Museum until Friday, 30 December 2022.

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