A new portrait of Prince William by a Welsh artist will be revealed at the Welsh Office in Westminster later today.
The painting, entitled "Fatherhood" is by Dan Llywelyn Hall who has experience painting royals - his portrait of the Queen which was commissioned by the Welsh Rugby Union was unveiled in Cardiff last year.
His latest work will depict the Duke of Cambridge wearing a dark suit and a red tie with a poppy in his lapel.
The portrait will then be open to public bidding at the First World War Centenary Sale auction in October - with all proceeds going to The Victoria Cross Trust and the War Memorial Trust.
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