For once, all eyes were not on Kate Middleton’s bump, but instead the main attraction was her first official portrait.
The Duchess of Cambridge, accompanied by Prince William and her family, attended the unveiling at the National Portrait Gallery on Friday morning.
And Kate couldn’t stop gushing about the portrait, which was created by Glasgow-born, South African-raised artist Paul Emsley.
“I thought it was brilliant… Amazing… Absolutely brilliant,” she said.
And Prince William chimed in, wholeheartedly giving his blessing.
“It’s just amazing, I thought it was brilliant,” William said, according to the UK’s Telegraph.
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