An official portrait of the Duchess of Cornwall is to be unveiled today during a visit to a cruise liner in Southampton.
The occasion marks the fifth birthday of the Queen Victoria liner. The Duchess named the ship back in 2007.
The portrait was commissioned by Cunard and painted by Richard Stone, who has painted most members of the Royal family over the past thirty years.
The unveiling of the portrait is one of a number of visits the Duchess is making in Hampshire today.
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