He expressed his gratitude in a special video message released by Kensington Palace.
With her photography project Hold Still coming to an end, Kate Middleton is grateful to everyone who posted a photo of a digital show that captured people’s lives during the coronavirus epidemic. While expressing his gratitude to the participants in a heartfelt video message posted on Instagram on Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a blazer with tight shoulders in a reddish red shade – an exciting choice as the UK enters another church for its second national key.
“I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who posted a picture of Hold Still,” said Kate, who paired her bold jacket with a new necklace and a gold charm necklace.
It was very difficult to choose the last 100 photos, but we hope we have made a whole picture of our nation, looking at what others have experienced and our journey through this difficult time. “
The project has proven to be a success, with over 5.2 million pages of visual display on the National Portrait Gallery website. Meanwhile, the final selection is on display on billboards and buildings in 80 UK cities – including a Manchester painting by former nurse Melanie, who worked to establish a COVID clinic in London.
“It has been a great pleasure to see these paintings on billboards and on foreign sites across the country as part of our public exhibition, and I am very grateful to all our partners for helping us return the images to the people and communities they took.