The Duchess Of Cambridge Marks The End Of "Hold Still" Community Exhibition

NEWS EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO COMMERCIAL USE (including any use in merchandising, advertising, or any other non-editorial use). This photograph is provided to you strictly on condition that you will make no charge for the supply, release or publication of it and that these conditions and restrictions will apply (and that you will pass these on) to any organisation to whom you supply it. All other requests for use should be directed to the Press Office at Kensington Palace in writing. The photographs must not be digitally enhanced, manipulated or modified in any manner or form and must include all of the individuals in the photographs when published. The photo shall not be used after December 31, 2020, without prior permission from Kensington Palace. In this handout screenshot supplied by Kensington Palace, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speaks via video call to Johannah Churchill (Top R) whose portrait ‘Melanie, March 2020', which captured her colleague as she worked to set up a COVID clinic in London, was recreated as a mural in Manchester as part of the 'Hold Still' community exhibition and Dr Edward Cole (Bottom) who was also involved in setting up the clinic on November 13, 2020 in London, England. Launched by The Duchess of Cambridge in May, in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, 'Hold Still' invited people of all ages, from across the UK to submit a photographic portrait which they had taken during lockdown.
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