Kate Middleton Tapped into her artistic side this morning when she visited the largest exhibition of Fabergé royal eggs in a generation.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the ‘Fabergé in London: Collection of Romance to Revolution at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Wearing black wide-leg pants and a retro patterned shirt, the 39-year-old looked elegant throughout the tour.
Her outfit was paired with a black mask, following the latest change in Covid-19 restrictions in the UK.
As the royal patron of the V&A, the duchess also visited again in May to mark its grand reopening.
It comes after the pandemic forced galleries, museums and art attractions to close for months.
The new exhibition, which will run until May 8, celebrates the craftsmanship of Carl Fabergé, the Russian jeweler behind the famous jeweler’s house.
It opens on November 20 and displays items lent by Kate’s paternal grandmother Queen Elizabeth, such as the Colonnade Egg, the Basket Of Flowers Egg, and the Mosaic Egg.
According to curator Kieran McCarthy, the duchess displayed a keen eye for detail during her visit.
This is not surprising given that she graduated in art history from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, where she met her future husband Prince William.
Mr. McCarthy said: “It’s repeated, just ‘How do they do it? Why is it like that? ”
‘There’s a lot of reasons why and so in the discussion, which is interesting because it takes a flair for looking beyond seeing the spectacle to really probe the details, and that’s already there. over there.’
He added that the duchess, a keen photographer, had ‘been mesmerized by the whole subject’.
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