Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, looked stunning in a special new video message dedicated to 31,000 entrants who submitted to her digital exhibition. To mark the end of the Hold Still exhibition, which has recorded over 5.2 million page views on the National Portrait Gallery website, the Duchess donned a stunning crimson suit for the special video.
Kate’s blazer, meanwhile, looks very similar to one she has previously donned from a high street favourite.
In 2012, the mother-of-three was pictured at a series of Olympic events wearing a crimson blazer with gold buttons.
The suit is reported to be from Zara and retailed at £69.99 in the UK.
The blazer is sadly no longer on sale.
In the video message, the Duchess showed her appreciation for those who had participated in her photography event.
The Hold Still project was launched in May.
Entrants were invited to submit their own photographs taken during their lockdown experience.
“For me, the most powerful part of the project is that it has shown just how much people and communities have come together and how important we all are to each other,” she continued.
“Thank you so much for being part of Hold Still and for sharing your stories with the nation.”