The British Vogue has unveiled portraits of Princess Kate, for the magazine’s centenary issue, and several of the photos will be displayed in the National Portrait Gallery starting this weekend.
Photographed by Josh Olins in Norfolk’s English countryside, the images feature Kate in “casual clothes rather than adopting a more formal approach,” the magazine said in a statement. Two of Olins’ portraits will be on display at the gallery, in the Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibit, beginning Sunday. Kate, 34, has been the patron of the gallery since 2012, soon after her wedding to Prince William.
“Josh has captured the Duchess exactly as she is – full of life, with a great sense of humor, thoughtful and intelligent, and in fact, very beautiful,” Nicholas Cullinan, director of the National Portrait Gallery, said in a press release.