New photos of Kate Middleton will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery

New photos of Kate Middleton will be exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery

The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has delighted her millions of royal fans with stunning new portraits as she celebrates her 40th birthday today.

The first new portrait was shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official Twitter and Instagram accounts late Saturday evening.

It was posted with the caption, “Delighted to share a new portrait of the Duchess ahead of her 40th birthday tomorrow.”

He also revealed that in honor of the future Queen’s birthday, three portraits of Kate Middleton will be on display at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

“This is one of three new portraits that will enter the permanent collection of the @nationalportraitgallery, of which the Duchess is patron.”

In another post, it was also revealed: ‘These new portraits which have been released to mark the 40th anniversary will be shown to the community in three significant locations: Berkshire, St Andrews and Anglesey, as part of the national @NPGLondon ‘Coming Home’ before the Gallery reopens in 2023.”

The stunning photos were taken at Kew Gardens in November by fashion photographer Paolo Roversi.

The National Portrait Gallery in London is delighted to welcome the new portraits to its collection.

Julia P. Cluff