The first official portrait of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge is going on show in the West Country.
The painting by Paul Emsley from Bradford on Avon has been on display at the National Portrait Gallery, in London but from Saturdayit will be exhibited at the Holburne Museum in Bath.
Bradford-on-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge at his studio in Wiltshire.
It will be unveiled on Friday.
Paul said it was not the easiest of commissions:
Bradford-of-Avon Artist Paul Emsley has painted the first official portrait of The Duchess of Cambridge. Kate visited his studio in Wiltshire:
The West Country has today been welcoming the arrival of William and Kate's baby son. The little boy, who has yet to be named, will eventually become the Duke of Cornwall.
And across the region people have been marking the occasion - no more so than a family from Penzance, whose latest addition was also born yesterday.
Jeff Welch has this report:
A full report from our correspondent Richard Lawrence on the author Hilary Mantel's comments about the Duchess of Cambridge. The Budleigh Salterton author says Kate lacks character and has called her a 'shop-window mannequin'.
David Cameron has criticised author Hilary Mantel for describing the Duchess of Cambridge as being a "shop-window mannequin".
Speaking in India, the Prime Minister said: "While I think she has written some great books, I think this is totally wrong and misguided."