Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, visit the launch of the Hold Still campaign at Waterloo Station

As we’ve discussed, the Duchess of Cambridge was actually involved in a cool project which ended up turning out to be really moving and beautiful. Kate announced the Hold Still open-entry photography contest back in May, and by September, she had worked with the National Portrait Gallery to cull the thousands of submissions into 100 winning photos of life in lockdown. Since September, Kate has done a couple of events and made a few statements about Hold Still, and some of the images were used for “public display” around London. This thing is turning in Kate’s Garden, right? It’s her one big thing of the year, and she’s going to do a dozen events around it. Anyway, Kate released a video praising the exhibition:

Thank you for being part of #HoldStill2020!

The portraits that illustrate your stories and experiences of lockdown have shown just how much communities have come together during this difficult year.

— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 15, 2020

Kate’s definitely got a thing for weird shoulders on dresses and jackets. Such a dated look, but I get that the puffy shoulder is “back” …read more

Source:: Cele|bitchy


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