PORTRAITS of the Duchess of Cambridge taken to mark her 40th birthday are to go on public display in places close to her heart.

The shots, by fashion photographer Paolo Roversi, will feature in four venues linked to Kate’s childhood and her relationship with Prince William from next Tuesday.

They include the Middletons’ family church in Pangbourne, Berks, and St Andrews University, where the couple met.

One will be displayed at the Oriel Mon Museum on the island of Anglesey, where they lived as newlyweds.

Reading Museum will also show one.

They are part of the National Portrait Gallery’s Coming Home project.

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The project sees pics of famous people loaned to places closely linked to them.

William and Kate met as students at the university in St. Andrews.

Kate was studying history of art, as was William before he switched to geography.

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