The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a judging panel for the photography project Hold Still

The Duchess wore a new printed midi dress from Zara. Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a judging panel for the photography project Hold Still to select 100 images from more than 31,000 entries in her Hold Still photography Project. The project was launched with the National Portrait Gallery in May. Judges on the panel included England’s chief nursing officer Ruth May, director of the National Portrait Gallery Nicholas Cullinan, writer and poet Lemn Sissay and photographer Maryam Wahid.
The Duchess wore a new printed midi dress from Zara. Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
The Duchess invited people of all ages across the UK to submit a photo which they had taken during lockdown. In the six weeks that the project was open, 31,598 images in total were submitted. Carried out over a six-week period, the project aimed to document the spirit and mood of the country during the coronavirus lockdown.
Hold Still 2020 judging panel - VIDEO

The Duchess of Cambridge helped the selection of 100 final images from more than 31,000 submissions made to Hold Still. The final 100 images will be showcased in a digital exhibition to be launched from Monday 14 September. The Duchess wore a new printed midi dress from Zara.
Kate Middleton wore Zara V-neck Printed Midi Dress
Zara V-neck Printed Midi Dress

Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
This is one of the photos selected by the Duchess of Cambridge ahead of showcasing the final 100 images in a digital exhibition from September 14.
Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
This is one of the photos selected by the Duchess of Cambridge ahead of showcasing the final 100 images in a digital exhibition from September 14.
Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
This is one of the photos selected by the Duchess of Cambridge ahead of showcasing the final 100 images in a digital exhibition from September 14.
Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
Throughout the pandemic, the Duchess highlighted a selection of her favourite submissions, including this one titled Rainbow.
Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
This moving image submitted to the project shows a hospital worker on the floor in despair. It’s titled Heartbroken Hero.
Kate Middleton wore Zara v-neck printed midi dress at Hold Still 2020 judging panel
The relationship between a toddler and an elderly woman is captured in this image, ‘Social distancing.

12 Comments

  1. Such a good initiative!
    We are in this together, all over the world!

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  2. Premier choix judicieux de ces photos dont une qui est très marrante : un petit garçon avec sa maman qui n'a pas besoin d'arroser les plantes hi, hi, hi... Kate porte une jolie robe à dessins modernes mais j'espère que le décolleté en V n'a pas de biais gansé comme nous voyons sur le mannequin ; je ne le trouve pas "tendance" pour une jeune femme !

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  3. Duchess Kate is always so lovely and inspirational.

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  4. Lovely project from the duchess. And the dress is very pretty 😍

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  5. I really like her choices. Each one has a very strong message. Lots of empathy on the part of the Duchess
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  6. I don’t know how they will ever narrow down the submissions from so many entries. The photos above speak volumes, and I am sure the others do as well. What a terrific way to document this time in our history.
    Kate’s dress is a little meh for me. Very predictable and safe. I don’t get as excited to see what she is wearing as I once did. I expect to see her in this type of dress and get a happy surprise when she changes it up.

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  7. Great Style - well put together.

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  8. Great initiative and like her casual summer dress and hair style actually.

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  9. I think the Duchess looks lovely. Perhaps because the parts of the dress I am not as crazy about are hidden. It looks nice from the side and the back but I don’t care for the neckline, especially on the model. Her initiative is so wonderful and a great way to bring people together and see this shared experience from the many different vantage points of each other currently and for history. Major kudos from me!!
    Glo

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