Duchess Catherine has always had a keen eye for photography (she learned it all from her father, Michael) so it is no wonder she started a community photography project called Hold Still during the lockdown period in May.
Kate started the project together with the National Portrait Gallery and today (June 18) marks the last day to enter, which is why the Duchess took to social media on Wednesday and urged people to submit their best portrait pictures taken during the lockdown.
Duchess Kate "can't wait to share the final one hundred images with you"
In the video message released on Kensington Palace's social media accounts on Wednesday, Kate said the following: "There have been so many amazing entries to Hold Still over the last few weeks, but it isn't too late to take part, so please take a moment to capture what life is like for you. I can't wait to share the final one hundred images with you."
Anybody who wants to enter can still submit their own photographs until 6pm (UK time) on June 18 - one hundred shortlisted portraits will then be featured in a gallery without walls, in a digital exhibition hosted by the National Portrait Gallery.
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