Kate Middleton receives new honour at Buckingham Palace

Duchess of Cambridge Honored at Royal Ceremony

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been bestowed with a distinguished accolade at Buckingham Palace, even as she engages in her battle against cancer.

A report by Time reveals that on Friday, May 17, Buckingham Palace’s King’s Gallery opened its latest exhibit, ‘Royal Portraits: A Century of Photography.’

This exhibition is highlighted by a touching photograph of Kate Middleton by Paolo Roversi, which was initially released in celebration of her 40th birthday in the prior year.

Duchess of Cambridge Receives Distinct Honor at Buckingham Palace

Prince William and Kate distributed the image with the message: “Delighted to share a new portrait of The Duchess on the eve of her 40th birthday.

“This portrait is one of three recent ones to be included in the @NPGLondon’s permanent exhibition, a gallery under The Duchess’s patronage.”

Prior to this on Friday, the palace declared, “Today marks the first public unveiling of unseen royal family portraits, among them childhood photographs of Prince Charles and Princess Anne by the renowned Lord Snowdon.”

‘Royal Portraits: A Century of Photography’ showcases the development of royal photographic portraiture from the 1920s up until today, featuring over 150 pieces from the Royal Collection and the Royal Archives.

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