Kate Middleton's First Vogue Cover Has Arrived

Allyson Payer

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has landed on the cover of British Vogue's June issue. Not only is it Middleton's first time participating in a magazine shoot, it happens to be British Vogue's 100th issue. Middleton looks stunning and fresh-faced on the cover (per usual), shot by Josh Olins in the English countryside.

Proving her excellent sartorial taste, the Duchess was involved in choosing the wardrobe for the shoot with Vogue's fashion director Lucinda Chambers and editor in chief Alexandra Shulman, deciding on Burberry and Petit Bateau pieces, among others, according to the publication.

The magazine has also photographed Princess Diana and the Queen Elizabeth II in the past, with Middleton's portraits being the most natural among them. Keep scrolling to see her first Vogue cover and one of the images from the 10-page shoot.

Shop a striped shirt and hat similar to the ones Middleton wore for the shoot.

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