Kate Middleton news: Duchess excites royal fans with release of never-before-seen images | Royal | News (Reports)

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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has excited royal fans as the debut of her latest project draws nearer and nearer. The Duchess launched a photography submission back in May to capture a snapshot of the nation in COVID-19 lockdown. ITV Royal Rota podcast host Chris Ship discussed what could be expected from the publication of the pictures.

He told listeners: “It will launch digitally on September 14, which is quickly approaching.

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“So we’ll get some more pictures from the UK lockdown that Kate and others from the National Portrait Gallery have chosen as the finalists.

“I think we’ll definitely get a few shots from Kate herself.

“She’s widely known as a keen photographer so I’d be surprised if she didn’t join in.”

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31,598 portraits were reportedly submitted to Hold Still.

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A final 100 images have been selected for a digital exhibition by the National Portrait Gallery and the Duchess, who is their patron.

The photography project was focused on three core themes – Helpers and Heroes, Your New Normal, and Acts of Kindness.

A selection of the final 100 images will be shown in towns and cities across the UK later in the year.

Savannah added: “A lot of thought and effort went into organising this. Well done.”

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Oshara wrote: “Amazing work by our Duchess! Cannot wait to see the full showcase!”

Alison said: “Looking forward to seeing the photos, great idea, you should showcase them in a book.”

One user’s comment read: “Excited to see all of the meaningful pictures.”

Another added: “Strength for us all! Congratulations Duchess of Cambridge for the amazing job with our communities and the Commonwealth!”

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