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Kate carries out first public engagement without Wills

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leaves after attending a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The exhibition, which officially opens to the general public, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge shakes hands with Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt during a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public on February 9, 2012, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks with Bella Freud (right) during a preview of Lucian Freud paintings at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England. The royal, who has a degree in the history of art and became patron last month of the National Portrait Gallery attended the exhibition, which officially opens to the general public, features 130 artworks spanning the length of Freud's painting career from the early 1940s until his final, unfinished work. (GETTY/GALLO)

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