Kate shared a series of “heartbreaking” photos of families who see loved ones while following the rules of social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis. Royal experts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie discussed the impact of a particular image on them during the Royally Obsessed podcast.
“She also shares some of her favorites to inspire people and I love the picture from palm to glass.
“This is a photo of a couple of grandchildren who socially distance themselves from their great grandparents.
“It’s a way to see your family but it’s so heartbreaking but also beautiful at the same time. “
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Ms. Fiorito said, “These types of images are etched in my brain because I think it is touching and sincere.
“I think the way she lets people show these images to the world is really special. “
Last week, a royal commentator said that Kate was imitating her father through a photography project that was dear to her heart during the coronavirus pandemic.
Royal expert Camilla Tominey told ITV This Morning that Kate has become a good photographer.
“He taught her everything she apparently knows.
“Some of these images that we have seen recently, she has clearly wanted to transcend this love of imagery by producing an appropriate recording of what is going on with the coronavirus.
“Each image says a thousand words.
“I think the nation should support this project. “