On Thursday, a video released shows Kate talking to fellow mum and photographer Ceri A Edwards. The poignant snap to Kate’s Hold Still project features daughter Poppy hugging Dad Mark, who has worked as a paramedic throughout the pandemic.
The Duchess asked Ms Edwards if she was a photographer, to which she replied: “No. Well, Mark would say otherwise just because I do take a lot of pictures of the family.”
Kate then explained that her children – Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three – sometimes refuse to have their picture taken.
She said: “It’s like me. Everyone’s like, ‘Mummy, please stop taking photographs!'”
Ms Edwards could relate to the Duchess. She said: “Absolutely. But I love it, and I love looking back.”
Hold Still is a photography collaboration launched in 2020 with the National Portrait Gallery.
It encouraged Brits to capture the “spirit of the nation” during the crisis.
In March, Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020 was released, which included submissions.
Talented photographer Kate is also a great subject for other photographers.