The Duchess of Cambridge’s book ‘Hold Still: Portrait of Our Nation in 2020’ showcases pictures documenting the coronavirus pandemic. Kate celebrated the release of her publication by leaving copies in secret locations for royal fans to find.
The Duchess left a copy at the Queen Victoria statue outside Kensington Palace Gardens in London on Friday.
In a tweet on the Cambridges’ social media account, Kate wrote: “Let the search begin!
“We’ve joined @the_bookfairies for the day to share copies of Hold Still around the UK with you.
“Each copy is adorned with a gold book fairy sticker, gold ribbon, and has a letter from The Duchess tucked inside.”
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Another user wrote: “Love this idea! This is definitely one of my favourite projects Catherine has done. Congratulations to everyone involved.”
A third user posted: “Again and again this wonderful woman continues to make the world a little brighter by bringing some much needed fun into everyone’s lives, especially after such a very difficult year.
“Thanks so very much your HRH. Well done!”
Kate launched the Hold Still project in May 2020 to encourage people to take photos to capture the “spirit of the nation” during the pandemic.