Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, unveiled her photobook “Hold Still” on Friday.
The book contains 100 portraits taken by members of the press, as well as photographs portraying life after Britain’s lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic.
Net revenue proceeds will benefit the National Portrait Gallery and the British mental health charity Mind.
On Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official Instagram account posted a pair of photos and a video of Kate Middleton holding the book.
The caption accompanying the post read,
“The Duchess of Cambridge is working with The Book Fairies to distribute free copies of her Hold Still book on its release today
The Book Fairies is an organisation that encourages people to pass on books when they have read them, leaving them in places for others to find and enjoy.
The idea is that the book will continue to be passed on which will allow many to enjoy it for free.
Hold Still was a photography project launched by the duchess after the announcement of the first lockdown in United Kingdom.”