Kate Middleton's portrait unveiled in London

Kate Middleton's official portrait has been unveiled. Prince William's wife's likeness can now be seen in Britain's National Portrait Gallery but not everyone is in love with what they see. The painting, by Scottish artist Paul Emsley, who also painted South Africa's Nelson Mandela in his photographic style, was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery in London, where William and Kate saw the portrait for the first time on Friday before it was open to public viewing. The Duchess of Cambridge, 31, said that she wanted "to be portrayed naturally -- her natural self -- as opposed to her official self," Emsley said in the New York Daily News. Full story: Kate Middleton's portrait unveiled in London
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