Kate Middleton is the latest beauty to grace the cover of British Vogue, and she looks absolutely stunning doing so.
In her first-ever magazine shoot, the Duchess of Cambridge is fittingly fronting "Vogue's 100 Years," which celebrates a century of covering all things fashion and celebrity.
The royal beauty was photographed by Josh Olins in Norfolk, England, where she and her husband, Prince William, have a 10-bedroom country home, Anmer Hall.
Her cover look is perfectly country chic, from the beautiful brown suede jacket paired and white button-down to her forest green wide-brimmed hat.
In a second photo revealed by the magazine, the 34-year-old mom-of-two is all smiles as she leans over a wooden fence in a simple red-and-back striped long-sleeve sweater, her hair falling naturally around her shoulders.
Vogue also revealed that two of the eight photographs from the upcoming June issue will be featured in the National Portrait Gallery's #Vogue100: A Century of Style portrait series in London.
The centenary issue hits stands May 5. Middleton will visit the National Portrait Gallery on Wednesday.
Middleton is well-known for having an incredible sense of fashion, so it's only fitting that she's helping honor Vogue's major milestone. In fact, she showed off a series of gorgeous looks during her and Prince William's royal trip to India and Bhutan earlier this month, including a beautiful orange gown on their last night in Bhutan.
Get a good look at the dress in the video below.