The Duchess of Cambridge – Catherine (Kate) Middleton is expected to grace the cover of British Vogue for the very first time to mark its centenary issue of 100 years in this June’s issue of Vogue. The 10 page – shoot is the first the Duchess has consented to ever (Lauren Tuck of Yahoo! Style) and the best choice to make a modeling debut, photographed by Josh Olins. Vogue is celebrating its 100 years of editorial business with a Royal bang! Kate is the most hottest and trending Royal to date, since the late Diana, Princess of Wales. Princess Diana was a Royal fashion mogul and expressed herself fully to the public with her fashion trends.
Since 2004, when The Duchess was spotted on the arm of Prince Williams on the ski slopes, Duchess Kate has been in the lead of the British’s fashion eye. Duchess Kate has been crowned more than once another time being crowned a fashion icon for the new generation. The people absolutely adore her and admire her fashion sense undoubtedly from older to new fashion watchers alike. She did graduate with a degree in Arts History from St. Andrews.
In 2012 a portrait was painted of the Duchess for the National Portrait Gallery, where Kate is a patron. She has been trying to get the attention off of that “ugly portrait” painted by Paul Emsley in London for years now and here is the best opportunity celebrating in 100 years of Vogue. Two photos taken at the shoot in the country side of Norfolk will be used to be placed at the National Portrait Gallery for all to see at the Vogue 100 Exhibition. Kate. Duchess of Cambridge will attend the viewing next week May 4, 2016. The 100 year issue of Vogue will be available everywhere May 5, 2016 for print and digital download.
From the lace strapless dress she modeled at her university for a charity catwalk show by designer Charlotte Todd that took £30 to make later sold for a whopping £125,000 that was originally made as a skirt. The Duchess is now gracing the cover of Vogue for all to see and remember. A great way to keep gaining popularity among the people of the United Kingdom and the World (as if she needs anymore). Vogue has also photographed Diana, Princess of Wales, who we will never forget and miss dearly, Princess Margaret, the Queen Mother, and the Queen over the past 100 years.