Duchess of Cambridge to appear on cover of British Vogue
Updated 1st May 2016
Duchess of Cambridge to appear on cover of British Vogue
British Vogue is celebrating its 100th anniversary in royal style.
As part of a partnership with the British National Portrait Gallery, the Duchess of Cambridge will appear on the centenary issue of the fashion magazine and have two of her portraits hung in the gallery.
READ: Vogue 100: A century of style at the National Portrait Gallery
All eight photographs will appear in the magazine's June issue .
Britain's Princess Charlotte turned 2 years old on Tuesday, May 2. This photo of her was taken in April by her mother Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge. Charlotte is fourth in line to the British throne behind her grandfather, Prince Charles; her father, Prince William; and her big brother, Prince George. Credit: HRH The Duchess of Cambridge via Getty Images
The portraits, shot by British photographer Josh Olins, show Kate Middleton in the Norfolk countryside in a casual, relaxed setting.
"His [Olins'] work is known for its quiet elegance, the character he captures from his sitters and a degree of relaxed understatement," Vogue said. "The series of images capture The Duchess in casual informal wear and reflect her love of the countryside."
The two portraits in the National Gallery will be on display until May 22, according to Vogue.
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