Duchess of Cambridge desires pictures suggestions from competitors finalist | Leisure Information

The Duchess of Cambridge asked one of the finalists on her Hold Still project for photography tips after praising her “fantastically composed” entry.

Catherine, 39, hosted a photo project last year that saw people snap shots marking her 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In a new video posted on the YouTube channel she shares with her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, she asked finalist Niaz Maleknia for some key tips on capturing the perfect picture.

The Queen – who is a budding photographer herself – discussed the photo Niaz had taken while her daughter Romy was standing on Primrose Hill in north London on the day she was due to take her exam, reading a treatise on history held.

Catherine was full of praise for the 51-year-old’s photography skills when she said, “I obviously need some tips from you.”

Elsewhere in the chat, Catherine also talked about “wanting to break the stigma” that still lingers on mental health.

She added, “William and I are really interested in mental health. Everyone has experienced something together in some way, so there’s no shame in talking about it. That’s what we really liked to have done about that stigma break and try to start a conversation about mental health. “

Catherine spoke to some of the 100 finalists who shared their experience of the first lock and followed the recent release of Catherine’s new book, Hold Still: A Portrait Of Our Nation In 2020.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not the only royal attempts to raise awareness of mental health issues, as it was recently revealed that The Duke of Sussex and Oprah Winfrey’s documentary series “The Me You Can’t See” was being made for Mental Health – which program focuses on the issues of mental health and wellbeing by focusing on stories from famous people. The premiere will take place on May 21 on Apple TV +.