Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, recently did a photo shoot with Vogue, and she wanted it to reflect her “private existence.”
She is appearing on the 100th anniversary of the issue of the fashion magazine and have her two portraits hung in the British National Portrait Gallery.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 30, 2016
The eight photographs will be featured in the magazine’s June issue.
The portraits were shot by British photographer Josh Olins, showing Kate in the Norfolk countryside in a causal and relaxed setting, reported CNN.
“His [Olins’] work is known for its quiet elegance, the character he captures from his sitters and a degree of relaxed understatement,” Vogue said in a statement.
“The series of images capture The Duchess in casual informal wear and reflect her love of the countryside.”
— Kelly Mathews (@allthingsregal) May 3, 2016
(H/T – Rare.us)