The National Portrait Gallery in London has its first official portrait of Prince William‘s wife, the Duchess of Cambridge. British artist Paul Emsley, known because of his photographic work, he is the winner of the 2007 BP portrait prize.
Catherine chose her first portrait artist, repeatedly posed and expressed to look natural and relaxed, as in life. After three months of operation, the artist presented a work to the pregnant Catherine, and she even was pleased with the result. However, British critics were surprised: the portrait of Catherine looks much older than her age, it is too broad nose, bags under the eyes and intense grimace rather than an open smile.