The Duchess of Cambridge’s children keep telling her to “stop taking pictures”.
Catherine, 39, is raising Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, with her husband Prince William, and she revealed the trio are all complaining about taking so many photos of them for herself. memories.
Speaking to promote her ‘Hold Still’ photography project, the Duchess – who was previously known as Kate Middleton before her marriage to the British royal family – spoke to Ceri A. Edwards, a mother whose photographs of her daughter Poppy and her husband are featured in the book “Standing Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020”.
During their interview, Ceri told Duchess Catherine that her family sometimes complained about having taken many photos, which prompted Catherine to say, “It’s like me. Everyone says, “Mom, please stop taking pictures!”
She then spoke to Poppy, whose father is a paramedic and therefore overcame the COVID-19 pandemic, and Catherine told her how “brave” she is to have to say goodbye to her father every morning.
She said, “Well, I bet it must have been so hard for you. But Poppy, I bet you were really brave about it, weren’t you?”
To which Poppy replied, “Yeah,” before adding that she couldn’t wait to go back to school because, “I love learning.”
The Duchess Catherine’s book came after a digital exhibition at the National Picture Gallery, which inspired her to put its highlights in the tome. Commenting on this previously, she said:. “Through ‘Hold Still’, I wanted to use the power of photography to create a lasting record of what we all experience, to capture the stories of individuals and document moments that matter to families and communities as we live through life. pandemic.”
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