Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, Also Debuts Book

Kate Middleton, the current Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince William’s wife made a public appearance for the launch of “Hold still”, a work that collects the finalist images from the photography contest that he launched last year.

The Duchess of Sussex is not the only royal – ancient or current – who can boast of having put a book on the market. Another Duchess, that of York ( Sarah Ferguson ), her husband’s in-law and former wife of Prince Andrew, began her career as an author of children’s stories years ago and is now working on her first romantic period novel inspired by one of her ancestors…

Meghan Markle and Sarah now joins Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, on Friday, May 7 made a surprise public appearance in London to mark the launch of the book “Hold still”. Although she has not written it, it is a very personal project that collects the finalist images from the photography contest that she launched last year and that she has coordinated since then to document how the British coped with the period of confinement.

Prince William’s wife visited the Royal London Hospital and the National Portrait Gallery archive on Friday, but beforehand she had time to hide a copy in the Kensington Palace gardens, as shown by a video on her official account from Instagram. Kate has joined forces with The Book Fairie, an initiative that encourages readers to share their favorite literary works by leaving them in public places, to hide 150 copies in different parts of the UK.