According to the prince’s wife William The pictures in the book clearly illustrate the consequences of the epidemic. “For me, the power of images lies in the emotional and personal stories behind them,” the Duchess said in the introduction to the picture book. For example, the photos show care workers, as well as people who live isolated from their family and friends.
initiative Proved It was created last year. Along with the National Portrait Gallery, the Duchess invited people to submit photos that they took in their first closing. In total, they received more than 31,000 photos, 100 of which were selected for the photo book. These photos were previously shown in an online gallery.
With a choice of will Catherine To create a “perpetual record” of the impact of the pandemic on the people of the United Kingdom. “We cannot meet physically now, but these images remind us that as families, societies and a nation we need each other more than we realized before.”
Hold It Softly: A Portrait of Our Nation It will be available in UK bookstores from 7 May. The picture book proceeds will be shared between several British mental health and art projects and the National Portrait Gallery.
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