A portrait of the Duke of Cambridge, painted by Welsh artist Dan Llywelyn Hall, has been officially unveiled at the Welsh Office in Westminster this afternoon.
The painting of Prince William, entitled Fatherhood, will be auctioned off to the public later this year.
All proceeds will go to charity.
"The image was based on a formal meeting with the Duke of Cambridge when he came to visit my portrait 'The Queen', which was unveiled at the Millennium Stadium last year" said Mr Llywelyn Hall.
"It was him looking over towards the portrait, which was in the lobby above the players' tunnel in the Millennium Stadium."
"Some notion of sort of destiny.... and I liked that as an image in itself."
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