A new portrait of Kate Middleton and Prince William has been unveiled in London's Trafalgar Square and it's made entirely of pink, white and red flowers. The "flower portrait" of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was created completely out of Valentine's Day flowers sold at the supermarket. In a Feb. 14 report, The Telegraph confirms the flower portrait uses 2,000 blooms to recreate the William and Kate's engagement photo.
The unique portrait of the royal couple was created by Chelsea Flower Show winner Joseph Massie, 24. “I’m always looking for the next big project to create art with flowers, so this was the perfect challenge," Massie said.
Massie designed the nearly 9 by 6-and-a-half foot portrait in honor of Valentine's Day. The florist reportedly partnered with British grocery story Asda which donated roses, carnations and tulips for the one-of-a-kind piece. "It has been fantastic to work with Asda’s stunning flower range to recreate such an iconic image of William and Kate for Valentine’s Day,” the artist said.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's flower portrait is currently on display outside London's National Portrait Gallery. But if you can't get to the UK to see it, check out stunning photos of the piece in the slideshow above.