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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With one week left to submit your entries to the 'Hold Still' project, The Duchess of Cambridge has shared some of the amazing images and stories that have been submitted so far. Every story matters and telling yours during lockdown is what this project is all about, so please take the time to share your images and experiences before Thursday 18th June at 6pm. You can submit an image through the link in our bio, and have the chance to be one of 100 photographs on display in a virtual exhibition hosted by the @nationalportraitgallery for people all around the world to see. #HoldStill2020
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