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Gaze Upon Kate Middleton Gazing Upon Her Vogue Portrait

Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images

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Kate Middleton attended the official unveiling of her British Vogue portraits this evening, wearing a (sold out, of course) recycled pastel pink peplum dress by Alexander McQueen. While perusing the National Portrait Gallery, she gazed upon her likenesses — yes, two of them, both of which are now part of the exhibit "Vogue 100: A Century Of Style."

This makes for Kate's whopping third public excursion of the day, following the opening of a new playground at Hampton Court and a lunch in honor of a children's mental health charity.

Here's the full look, in which she presumably is taking in her gorgeous portraits alongside British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman and gallery director Nicholas Cullinan:

Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images