Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge has shown us how talented she is as she reveals 100 emotionally moving photos portraying life during the lockdown. She unveiled a digital exhibition in London’s National Portrait featuring 100 images of British life during the Covid-19 lockdown.
People across the country were asked to submit a portrait taken during May and June. These portraits were themed in three different ways; Your New Normal, Helpers and Heroes, and Acts of Kindness.
A lot of people responded to these requests. There were 31, 598 entrants within age 4 and 75. A lot of people across the country submitted their best portrait and a panel of judges checked out the portraits.
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We’ve all been struck by some of the incredible images we’ve seen which have given us an insight into the experiences and stories of people across the country.Duchess of Cambridge
There are 100 images available to be explored on the website of the National Portrait Gallery. The Gallery noted that the photos submitted included handmade rainbows and community cheering up NHS staff, people dealing with illness, etc.
The images convey humor and grief, creativity and kindness, tragedy, and hope—expressing and exploring both our shared and individual experiences.National Portrait Gallery
These images are filled with humor, hope, kindness, and creativity. They are a powerful reminder of what it takes to be strong during the pandemic. The pandemic has really shown us how we could work together as humans and fight our greatest fears.