The final 100 images of The Duchess of Cambridge's photography project 'Hold Still' have gone on display on the streets of London and around the UK.
Having seen the incredible response from people around the nation to the digital exhibition, the Duchess wanted to share the images in the real world. Supported by Co-op UK and the National Portrait Gallery of London, these portraits will be on display in 112 sites across 80 towns, cities & boroughs.
William and Kate visited the posters on display in Waterloo, London to see these heartfelt & inspiring stories told during lockdown, up close.
After seeing the Hold Still portraits on display, The Duke and Duchess met with NHS workers at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, three of which were featured in the final 100 images for their image 'All in this together'.
Kate debuted a red long coat for the occasion.
It is a custom piece by Alexander McQueen featuring a double-breasted front, peaked lapel, front flap pockets, and contrasting black buttons. Some of the design elements can be seen on these ready-to-wear coats from the McQueen fashion house.
The Duchess teamed it with a white tee and a black pleated skirt. It has been suggested the skirt may be the Massimo Dutti Pleated skirt with buckle detail, but we cannot say for certain based on very little evidence.
Another new addition was the Grace Han Love Letter Small Top Handle Bag (£1,595). Handcrafted in 100% black calfskin leather, its distinctive envelope closure is an ode to Love Letters of the past present and future.
We saw the return of Kate's trusty Gianvito Rossi 'Piper' 85 Black Suede Pumps.
For the hospital visit, the Duchess wore an Amaia reusable cotton face mask in Yellow Pepper print (£15).
Kate finished her outfit with some new bling! She donned the Daniella Draper Gold Diamond Luxury Maxi Cupid Hoop Earrings (£2,450).
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