The Duchess of Cambridge has delivered her first ever video message to appeal for support for a campaign for children's hospices.
A former waitress from Northamptonshire has started a new life as a lookalike for the Duchess of Cambridge.
A Tory MP has condemned the decision to publish topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Two years ago, Kate Middleton was marrying Prince William in Westminster Abbey.
Now, as the Duchess of Cambridge, she's celebrating her wedding anniversary by highlighting the work carried out, helping children with incurable diseases.
She's patron of East Anglian children's hospices and in her first television broadcast, has urged people to help with fund raising.
ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge has delivered her first ever video message - it's an appeal to support the work of children's hospices.
The Duchess is patron of East Anglia Children's Hospices and the video features pictures of her at its centre in Ipswich. Her message has been released to coincide with Children's Hospice Week. Watch Matthew Hudson's report:
For more on the Duchess of Cambridge's appeal, including her full video message, visit the national news site here.
The Duke of Cambridge waas also ful of praise for the portrait.
Prince William said:: "It's beautiful, it's absolutely beautiful."
The Cambridges later attended a private breakfast reception at the London gallery to mark the unveiling.
The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge was unveiled today. The Duchess and her husband the Duke had a private viewing of the painting this morning.
It goes on display to the public this afternoon. The royal couple spent around 10 minutes looking at the portrait privately then met Emsley and his wife Susanne and daughter Marie.
The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge's has been unveiled.
The Duchess is reported to have said the painting was "amazing".
It was painted by Paul Emsley and was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery.
It's the stuff of dreams for a young woman to go from working as a waitress - to being a duchess!
That's what Heidi Agan from Corby in Northamptonshire has done - almost.
She's packed in her job at a restaurant to become a full-time Duchess of Cambridge lookalike - and for the past 24-hours she hasn't been busier.
Heidi Agan from Corby has given up job as waitress to become a full-time Duchess of Cambridge lookalike.
The 32-year-old mother of two is constantly mistaken for Kate and now spends her time making personal appearances as the future queen.
Watch Anglia Tonight on ITV1 at 6pm for more.