Guess it’s a little nerve racking for Duchess of Cambridge, as Kate Middleton first official portrait was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery in London “Called HRH The Duchess of Cambridge.” It took 3 and half months to create. The painting was created by the Scottish born, South African raised award-winning artist, Paul Emsley, an artist who has in the past created a portrait of Nelson Mandela, among others.
“Lifeless,” “disappointing,” “ordinary,” “dull” — Take a look at the image below, and decide for yourself.
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