NewsDuchess Kate: Touching promise to a little girl

Duchess Kate: Touching promise to a little girl

Today Duchess Kate's book project "Hold Still" is published. During a phone call with an involved family, Kate made a heartwarming promise to the young daughter.

London – "Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020" is the name of Duchess Kates (39) committed book project * in which she takes photos of families during the Corona Pandemic has put together. In the run-up, she had asked for photos on calls and asked families to share an aspect of their lives with the virus.

In the video, in which she personally picked up the phone, Kate documents the course of the touching conversation on her newly established YouTube channel * with a mother, Lynda and her daughter Mila (4). Prince William (38) and the Duchess could not have chosen a more moving clip to start. (24royal.de reports) *

The photo that Lynda submitted for the Hold Still project shows a breakup. You can see Mila kissing the glass of a window while her father is standing outside and smiling at his little girl. Kate was so moved by the story behind the picture that she made a promise to Mila. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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