A Duchess of Cambridge drawing provided a final, prefect, personal touch…
Pippa Middleton’s wedding took place on 20th May 2017 at St Mark’s Church in Berkshire.
As well as being in charge of all the little ones on Pippa’s big day, the Duchess of Cambridge also did something very special for her sister.
Many of the guests were spotted leaving St Mark’s Church after the ceremony with their orders of service in hand. On the front of the paper booklets was a carefully drawn sketch of the church.
It has now been revealed that the pretty drawing was done by none other than the Duchess of Cambridge herself.
Also, according to The Sun, Reverend Nick Wynee-Jones, who married the happy couple, described it as: “A lovely piece.”
Kate is known to have a creative streak and love of the arts. Not only did she study History of Art at university, but she is also a keen photographer, taking many of the cutest pictures of Princess Charlotte and Prince George!
The Duke of Cambridge has previously revealed that Kate uses colouring as a way to relax. So, it now seems that her artistic talents reach far beyond colouring books!
As well as her love for art personally, Kate’s appreciation for the arts also plays a part in her professional role as a member of the royal family. The Duchess of Cambridge is the patron of the National Portrait Gallery, and charity The Art Room.