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The first official joint portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been unveiled

The first official joint portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been unveiled.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were present for the unveiling of the painting on Thursday, as they paid a visit to their namesake region of Cambridgeshire.

The portrait was painted by award-winning artist Jamie Coreth.

CREDIT: JAMIE CORETH + FINE ART COMMISSIONS

The piece was commissioned in 2021 by Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund, which is held by the Cambridge Community Foundation, as a gift to Cambridgeshire.

The royal couple stopped by the University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum in the heart of Cambridge- where they viewed the painting as it was revealed to the public for the first time.

After the viewing, William and Kate will meet with supporters of the project, including the artist.

The couple will also meet Lady Sibyl Marshall, the wife of the late Sir Michael Marshall, who originally proposed the idea to create the portrait.

Later, the Duke and Duchess will participate in the first-ever Cambridgeshire County Day at the July Racecourse.

This event will consist of 120 exhibitors from Cambridgeshire businesses, charity, community and public sectors and during their time there, William and Kate will visit a number of stalls and meet different members of the public.

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