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Queen Elizabeth and Kate Middleton suggest launching a digital exhibition Stay tuned.
Stay tuned Over 31,000 photography submissions were submitted over a six-week period, focusing on assistants and heroes, themes surrounding your new routine and epidemic. Kate and four other judges selected 100 images that are now on display at the Digital Exhibition.
As seen below, The Duchess of Cambridge showed The Queen a short collection of photos. They range from “Everyday Hero” to the girl his grandmother drew, so she would be “Never Without Her Grandma”.
To mark the experiment, Queen Elizabeth issued a statement saying, “I had the opportunity to see several portraits created for the last 100 images for the Hold Still Photography Project.”
“The Duchess of Cambridge and I were inspired to see how the photographs captured the resilience of the British people during such a challenging time, either by celebrating frontline workers, by recognizing the spirit of the community or by showing the efforts of the people who supported them. I send our best wishes and congratulations. ”
Prior to the release, Kate shared a trailer highlighting more images on social media.
“I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who entered and participated. And a big thank you to my fellow judges. I really appreciate the time and dedication they showed towards the project,” the mother of three said in the past.