Duchess of Cambridge at the National Portrait Gallery

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The Duchess of Cambridge viewed the ‘Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography‘ exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Londonon February 28th. She is the Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, and has written a foreword for the exhibition catalogue and captions for selected images in the exhibition that will form the Gallery’s first ever Patron’s Trail. She took a tour of the exhibition and then met lenders and supporters in the Gallery’s Ondaatje Wing Main Hall. Earlier in the day, she attended the first annual Royal Foundation Forum.

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The Duchess wore an Orla Kiely dress with Kiki McDonough pink tourmaline and green amethyst earrings.

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  1. The Duchess looks fabulous! She must be trying to get all her royal visits done before her maternity leave because she’s been everywhere lately! I share her enthusiasm for photography, especially old photographs. There is a website dedicated to nothing but old photos that I love to visit for hours at a time. 🙂 It is especially interesting that Queen Victoria, no doubt encouraged by her forward-thinking husband Prince Albert, embraced photography since the very beginning. I would love to visit that exhibit!

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