Kate Middleton Shot Her First Magazine Cover Ever

by Daniel Barna

British Vogue is celebrating its 100th birthday with the help of the future queen of England. For its upcoming centennial issue, the UK iteration of the fashion bible will feature Kate Middleton on the cover, marking the first time the Duchess of Cambridge has agreed to participate in a magazine photo shoot.

The series, which includes seven images, was shot by acclaimed British photographer Josh Olins in pastoral Norfolk, England, where Kate and William share a country home.

According to the magazine, Olins was handpicked to helm the most important shoot in its 100-year history for the “quiet elegance” and “relaxed understatement” that characterize his work.

Revisit Vogue’s photographic legacy with a copy of Vogue Book of Fashion Photography, and share your favorite Kate Middleton moment with us.

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