Another eye on containment and the health crisis. Passionate photographer, ready to take her own family portraits when needed, Kate Middleton has announced the publication of a book of photographs. This project, called Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020 according to People, will bring together a hundred pictures taken during the first spring confinement in England. The latter were the subject of an exhibition of the same name at the National Portrait Gallery last November. The Duchess of Cambridge even signs a preface there.
Prince William’s wife sends readers an introspective message. “When we look back on the COVID-19 pandemic in the decades to come, we will think about the challenges we have all faced – the loved ones we have lost, the prolonged isolation from our families and friends, and the strain on us. our main workers, ”writes Kate Middleton in this preface. “But we will also remember the bright spots: the incredible acts of kindness, the helpers and heroes that have emerged from all walks of life, and how together we have adjusted to a new normal.” With “the power of photography”, she wanted to open eyes to the important moments that families and loved ones were able to experience together despite the turmoil.
The crisis, its time of mobilization
Kate Middleton has invested a lot in these times of crisis. Last January, she mobilized to lend a hand to the “silent victims” of the pandemic, in particular children. Based on her survey “Five big questions on the under-5s”, she wanted to determine the profiles of children most at risk during the pandemic in order to commit to homeless children or those who would suffer. depression and addiction. The future queen takes her role seriously.
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