As they celebrate the tenth anniversary of their engagement this Tuesday, October 20, Kate Middleton and Prince William have secured a new engagement, meeting some of the 100 finalists of the Duchess of Cambridge’s photography project, called Hold Still and launched in May 2020, during the British confinement, in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery of which it is a patron. Direction Hackney Borough for the couple, north-east of Greater London. And for this trip, the mother of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis opted for a bright red, wearing a military-style coat that caused a sensation.
Clothing signed Alexander McQueen, a designer to whom she is faithful since he is also at the origin of her wedding dress, featuring black buttons and cinched at the waist, which Kate Middleton has accompanied with her favorite mask from the brand Amara Kids , as noted in the UK edition of Hello! magazine, as well as a new black top-handle handbag from Grace Han. The passionate photographer, who recently presented the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award, helped select 100 finalists from 31,000 entries for her project, unveiling them during a digital exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in September 2020. Portraits which will also appear at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire from Friday 23 October 2020.
Before falling for monochrome looks, Kate Middleton accustomed the public to floral and spring dresses, not hesitating either to recycle old outfits during confinement. And if she has risen to the rank of fashion icon, the future Queen of England has many other hidden talents. In addition to her abilities as a photographer, the Duchess of Cambridge is also an impressive pencil draftsman and unparalleled pastry chef.
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