Kate Middleton takes Hold Still project to the streets with powerful posters displayed across UK

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Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the launch of the Hold Still campaign at Waterloo Station.
Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the launch of the Hold Still campaign at Waterloo Station.
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  • "#HoldStill2020 comes back to the community!" The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared on Instagram.
  • The photo project, headed by Kate Middleton, asked people across the UK to photograph what life’s been like amid the pandemic.
  • After the success of the exhibition displayed by the National Portrait Gallery, the photographs will now be on display in 112 sites across 80 towns, cities, and boroughs.


After announcing the final 100 photos chosen for the Hold Still exhibition to be displayed by the National Portrait Gallery, Kate Middleton has taken the photo project to the streets.

The photos, taken by people across the UK, capture what life’s been like amid the pandemic – and have produced the most extraordinary and powerful images.

Now, "#HoldStill2020 comes back to the community!" the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge write on Instagram.

"Having seen the incredible response from people around the UK to the digital exhibition, we have brought #HoldStill2020 to the streets of the UK," they explain, with a video and photos showing Kate Middleton and Prince William visiting the Hold Still posters on display in Waterloo, London.

Hold Still portraits will be on display in 112 sites across 80 towns, cities, and boroughs in the coming weeks.

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