Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has excited royal fans as the start of her latest project draws closer and closer. The Duchess launched a photography presentation in May to capture a snapshot of the country in the COVID-19 lockdown. ETV discusses what to expect from the publication of the Royal Rota podcast host Criship Films.
He told listeners: “It will be launched digitally on September 14th and will be coming soon.
“So we’ll get some more pictures from the UK lockdown that Kate and others have chosen as finalists from the National Portrait Gallery.
“I’ll definitely get some shots from Kate.
“She is widely known as a great photographer, so I would be surprised if she does not join.”
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Information that 31,598 portraits have been submitted to Hold Still.
The Duchess, the National Portrait Gallery and their patron, selected the final 100 images for the digital exhibition.
The photography project focuses on three main themes: Helpers and Heroes, Your New Normal, and Acts of Kindness.
A selection of the last 100 films will be shown in towns and cities across the UK later in the year.
Savannah said: “There has been a lot of thought and effort to manage this. Well done.”
Oshara wrote: “What a wonderful work our Duchess has done! Can’t wait to see the full show!”
Alison said: “Looking forward to seeing the photos, great idea, you should present them in the book.”
One user commented: “Glad to see all the meaningful images.”
Another said: “Strength to all of us! Congratulations to the Duchess of Cambridge for doing an excellent job with our communities and the Commonwealth!”