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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will receive more accolades and accolades as they grow and flourish in their roles, according to fans of the royal duo.

One royal fan wrote on Twitter: “SussexSquad better get used to it. William and Catherine will continue to climb, more honours, official photos and jewelry from the Queen’s vault.

“They grow and thrive in their roles and would make a wonderful Prince and Princess of Wales. Unstoppable.”

One user commented on the post, saying: “The entire Cambridge family is now on top of the bills and takes center stage, separating their family from all the royals.

“When they are the Prince and Princess of Wales, it will be amazing!!!”

Another said, “I’m always looking for, always focusing on people, always doing the work.”

A third wrote: “They are so loved and appreciated.”

It comes after the couple released their first photo as the future king and queen this week.

The photo, which was posted on Thursday, showed Kate and William standing side by side with their arms around each other.

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The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, looked stunning in an emerald green dress, while the Duke, 40, wore an elegant black suit and blue tie.

The painting, by British artist Jimmy Correth, was commissioned last year as a gift to Cambridgeshire residents.

Speaking about the unique opportunity, Mr. Koreth said it was “the most extraordinary privilege in my life to be chosen to paint this picture”.

He added, “I wanted to show their royal highnesses in a style where they appear comfortable and friendly, elegant and dignified.

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“Because it is the first painting depicting them together, and specifically during their time as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, I wanted the portrait to evoke a sense of balance between their public and private lives.

“The piece was commissioned as a gift to the people of Cambridgeshire, and I hope they enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.”

Cambridge fans have also said Kate will receive more jewels from the Queen after she loaned two precious jewels from the King’s private collection to attend Prince Philip’s funeral.

On that day, Kate wore a four-strand pearl necklace, with a diamond element in the center, and a pair of Queen’s owned diamond earrings.

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