Duchess wants to use it to create a permanent record of the corona pandemic.
London Published after her photo project on the mood in Great Britain during the corona pandemic Duchess Kate (39) now a book with 100 portraits. Hold Still profits will be split between the mental health charity Mind and the National Portrait Gallery.
“With” Hold Still “I wanted to use the power of photography to create a permanent record of what we all experienced,” writes the wife of Prince William (38) in the foreword. It’s about capturing the stories of individuals and documenting important moments for families and communities.
As the patron of the photo project, Kate had invited people from the kingdom to submit photographic portraits that they took during these extraordinary times. The most poignant portraits were selected for a virtual exhibition. The aim was a collective portrait of the nation.
Duchess Kate is a passionate hobby photographer herself. She regularly takes photos of her three children George (7), Charlotte (5) and Louis (2) which the royal palace publishes on important occasions such as birthdays.