– It’s so great! Prince William said when he and Duchess Kate were present during the unveiling of the Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge on Thursday.
It was the award-winning artist Jamie Correth (26) who had the honor of immortalizing Kate (40) and William (40) with a brush.
William noted not only the size of the image, but also that the artwork was “cool”, reports Sky News.
The painting is the primary charge between the two together, and the prince is unveiled a day after the prince reaches the age of forty.
It was the Cambridgeshire Royal Picture Trust that ordered the drawing last year as a gift to Cambridge. Kate and William earned the titles Duke and Duchess of Cambridge when they married in 2011.
The result will now be displayed in the 200-year-old Fitzwilliam Museum for three years before being transferred to other exhibition grounds.
It is an extraordinary privilege in my life to choose to paint this picture, says Koreith in connection with the publication.
The Briton explains that it was important for him to present the prince and princess in a relaxed and friendly manner, while at the same time appearing elegant and respectful.
Kate wears the same green dress from the designer’s vampire wife that she wore during an official visit to Ireland in 2020. William is drawn in a dark suit and tie, which he often wears when appearing in an official context.
Prince William is second in line to the British throne after his father, Prince Charles (73).
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