Prince William and Kate reveal their first joint portrait
Jamie Coreth painted the stunning portrait of the Cambridges.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have unveiled their first joint portrait.
The royal couple shared the portrait just days after Prince William's 40th birthday.
The portrait of the pair will be shared at the University of Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum.
Jamie Coreth painted the beautiful portrait.
Prince William and Kate were shown the portrait during a visit to Cambridge today.
The first official joint portrait of Prince William and Kate goes on display in Cambridge today. Artist Jamie Coreth said he wanted to capture them as “relaxed and approachable” as well as “elegant and dignified.” His portrait below pic.twitter.com/Lk1PP4xLd3
— Victoria Murphy (@byQueenVic) June 23, 2022
According to royal reporter Victoria Murphy, the artist wanted to make the couple look "relaxed and approachable".
He also hopes the painting makes the pair look "elegant and dignified".
In the portrait, Kate is wearing a green metallic dress by The Vampire's Wife.
The dress is made of silk and costs £1,595. The Duchess previously wore the dress during a royal tour in Ireland.
Prince William and Kate have a busy summer ahead of them as they plan on moving to Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly moving into Adelaide Cottage, Berkshire.
Queen Victoria previously lived in the 4-bedroom, Grade II listed building.
Kate and William wanted to move closer to the 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth.
Stunning gardens surround the home and it also has a gatehouse for a security team.
A source told Majesty Magazine, "The Queen needs more people like William around her.
Prince William was also concerned about his family's security in their London home. He hopes the move to Windsor will offer them more privacy and security.