The first joint portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been revealed.
The painting was revealed to the public at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England.
On Thursday (local time), Prince William and Kate visited the museum to see the oil painting, which was painted by British artist Jamie Coreth, CNN reported.
According to a statement from the museum, the artwork was commissioned by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund in 2021.
The museum also said Coreth incorporated the city of Cambridge itself into the portrait, by putting a hexagonal architectural motif inspired by buildings across the city.
The Duke and Duchess shared the photo of the portrait on their official Twitter page, with the caption: "Delighted to see this new portrait unveiled at the @FitzMuseum_UK in Cambridge today!"
In a statement from the museum, Coreth said painting the portrait was "the most extraordinary privilege of my life."
He said he wanted to show the couple appearing relaxed as well as elegant and dignified.
Coreth described the experience of painting the portrait as "the most extraordinary privilege of my life" in the museum's statement.
"As it is the first portrait to depict them together, and specifically during their time as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, I wanted the image to evoke a feeling of balance between their public and private lives."
CNN reported the painting will be on show at the Fitzwilliam for three years and then loaned to the National Portrait Gallery in London in 2023 to mark the institution's reopening.