The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed that her children are sometimes reluctant to be yelled at by their mother during a phone call with the finalists of her still life photography contest.
Kate, 39, is an active amateur photographer. It admitted that Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and her three-year-old Prince Louis would request: ‘Mom, please stop taking pictures’.
The royal family’s opinions were on Seri. Her daughter, Poppy Edwards, from Newport, South Wales, appears in the ‘impressive’ image, one of the 100 selected for Kate’s Hold Still project.
A black-and-white photo titled ̵6;Be Safe Daddy’ shows Poppy hugging her father Mark. before he left to work as a doctor during the coronavirus crisis.
Kate launches Hold Still program during lockdown and asked the public to submit their images, capturing the moment, for a digital exhibition in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery.
The Duchess of Cambridge (pictured) has revealed that her children are sometimes reluctant to be yelled at by their mother during a phone call with the finalists in the Hold Still photography contest.
Kate, 39, is an active amateur photographer. admits Prince George, age seven, Princess Charlotte, age six, and Prince Louis (Pictured with Prince William) The trio will ask “Mom, please stop taking pictures.”
A phone call between Kate, Poppy and Ceri was released today on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s YouTube channel.
Mums Kate and Ceri are linked in their love of photography together.
When the Duchess asked if Poppy’s parents were photographers, Seri replied, ‘No, Mark would say otherwise because I take a lot of family photos.’
Kate, mother of three, laughed and replied, ‘Just like me’, everyone was like, “Mom, please stop taking pictures.”
On this, Ceri replied: ‘I know, but I really like it. I like to look back I think when you have children Time seems to go into warp speed, it’s actually a lovely thing to me. You look back and see that the children How grown up?
The royals’ comments (pictured) were sent to Ceri, whose daughter Poppy Edwards of Newport, South Wales appeared in an ‘impressive’ image, one of the 100 photos selected for the Kate’s Hold Still project.
The Duchess is often behind pictures of her three children’s birthdays and other special family moments.
later in the call Kate said that Ceri’s look truly stood out for her. because it shows ‘Strength, courage and resilience’ as well as the ‘gentleness and importance’ of the family.
‘It was a delicate and tender moment between father and daughter,’ Kate said by phone. ‘A simple moment These have had a huge impact on many people across the country. Thank you for sharing your photos and stories.’
Titled ‘Be Safe Daddy’, the black and white picture (pictured) shows Poppy hugging her father Mark. Before leaving to work as a doctor during the coronavirus crisis
Poppy (pictured) told the Duchess she was ‘extremely scared’ that her father Mark, who works as a doctor, would contract COVID-19 at work.
She said the image also recognizes the importance of frontline employees and generations. coping with the crisis
During the five-minute call, recorded in the fall of 2020, Kate praised Poppy for being brave and asking her about her favorite things to learn in school.
Her mother revealed that Poppy struggled with her father who had to work as a doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic and she worried about him every time he left for work.
Kate said on the phone, ‘I love seeing you hug your father. Hugs are very important.
‘I bet your dad took that with him and it helped him work all day.’
Poppy replied: ‘Thanks, I’m so scared he’s going to get corona.
Video of the recorded call shows Kate casually on the phone (left) wearing a Whistles shirt and Poppy and her mother Ceri (right).
Kate added: ‘You must be really worried for you… It will be difficult for you Poppy but I bet you are very brave.’
Photo of Kate casually talking on the phone. Wear a Whistles blouse and black pants. And Poppy’s Poppy and her mom Ceri show up as their call recordings play in the background.
The Hold Still Project encourages the public to capture life through photographs during the pandemic. It has since been transformed into an exhibition and a book.
After studying at home during the pandemic, Poppy returned to school where she continued. ‘Love to learn’ continues
Her father, Mark, worked throughout quarantine as a paramedic for the West Midlands NHS Trust ambulance at his station in Hereford.