Kate Middleton shares the first images of her life in lockdown photo project – and they are incredible

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Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton
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Kate Middleton launched her Hold Still photography project not too long ago and just shared a few powerful and compelling entries.

The duchess, along with the National Portrait Gallery, asked people across the UK to share what life's been like in lockdown with a few specially selected images to be displayed in August in a digital gallery.

Kate’s even been looking through some of the entries herself on Instagram, commenting and signing them "C".

Now, in a new video montage on Instagram, the royal shared some of the photographs they’ve received thus far, saying: "I’ve seen some amazing images!"

She goes on to show one photo titled Distance Gaming of a child playing noughts and crosses with her grandmother through a glass window, and another of a key worker titled The Man Behind The Mask.

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