Kate Middleton Shares 3 Finalists from Her ‘Hold Still’ Campaign & Even Reveals a Release Date

As Kate Middleton’s photography project is quickly coming to an end, the Duchess of Cambridge is keeping fans in the loop about the final processes.

On Sunday, the 38-year-old royal shared three photographs on Instagram from her Hold Still campaign, a photography initiative aiming to reflect the feelings of everyone across the United Kingdom amid the current coronavirus pandemic. Not to mention, she also revealed when she'll display the 100 finalist images for an online exhibit.

“There were 31,598 portraits submitted to #HoldStill2020 as you shared your stories and experiences of lockdown. Ahead of showcasing the final 100 images in a digital exhibition from Monday September 14th, The Duchess of Cambridge has selected some images as a sneak peek of those that have made the final selection,” the captioned read. “The photography project was focussed on three core themes—Helpers and Heroes, Your New Normal, and Acts of Kindness. A selection of the final 100 images will be shown in towns and cities across the UK later in the year.”

The following day, the duchess shared a video introducing the judges for the campaign and expressed gratitude for all those who participated. “‘I wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who has entered and taken part,” the caption read. “And a big thank you to my fellow judges. I hugely appreciate the time and dedication that they have shown towards the project.’ - The Duchess of Cambridge.’”

Middleton launched the project in May, in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, asking followers to “help capture the spirit, the mood, the hopes, the fears and the feelings of the U.K,” using phones or cameras and sharing the images online. Kensington Palace announced the program in an Instagram post.

September 14th can’t come soon enough.