Kate Middleton Stuns in White Blouse & Maroon Jumper in Photo for Book Release of 'Hold Still'
Kate Middleton showed off her impressive fashion flair as she turned heads in a gorgeous white blouse and marron jumper ensemble in an image shared for the release of the photography book "Hold Still."
Kate Middleton's passion for photography is taking center stage in a new book. However, her fashion sense continues to speak volumes, as she is set to release a new book in collaboration with Britain's National Portrait Gallery.
The publication titled "Hold Still: A Portrait of our Nation in 2021" is a collection of the hundreds of images taken last year as part of the Hold Still Campaign, which the Duchess of Cambridge begun, to document the United Kingdom's first lockdown.
To commemorate the first anniversary of the lockdown, a coffee table book of the collection would be released, and it is set to feature an introduction written by the duchess. She happens to be a patron of the National Portrait Gallery.
Snapshots of the book shared on Kensington Palace's Instagram page, and the National Portrait Gallery showed's Kate stunning beauty and mind-blowing fashion sense. She stunned in an elegant white blouse paired with a maroon jumper.
The royal wore the jumper over the stylish blouse with the collar of the top popping out and adorning the neck of the jumper. The duchess looked radiant as she held a camera while her blonde hair was elegantly swept to the side.
During a public outing with Prince William earlier this month, Kate rocked a nude knitted jumper from Reiss.
Kate smiled sweetly as she looked into the distance at her home in Anmer Hall. Royal photographer Matt Porteous took the image. While none of the duchess' photos are featured in the book, an excerpt of her introduction was shared, and it read:
"Through Hold Still, I wanted to use the power of photography to create a lasting record of what we were all experiencing."
The book, which would be available in bookstores on May 7, is priced at £24.95 ($34.53). Its proceeds would be donated to several charity organizations across the U.K, with 50% given to the National Portrait Gallery.
In November, during the Hold Still Campaign's finale, Kate warmed hearts with her outfit in a two-part video message thanking participants of the campaign. The mother-of-three looked smart in a red blazer over a white top.
This isn't the first time the future queen has used a jumper to accessorize her outfit. During a public outing with Prince William earlier this month, Kate rocked a nude knitted jumper from Reiss.
The 39-year-old paired the turtleneck long-sleeved jumper with a leopard print Zara skirt and covered up with a trench coat by Massimo Dutti. The book release news comes after it was reported that Prince Harry wrote a foreword for a children's book.
The Duke of Sussex opened up about his late mother, Princess Diana, and the void her demise left in the book "Hospital By Bill" dedicated to children of health workers who tragically passed away amid the pandemic.