Kate Set To Appear At Wildlife Photographer Award Ceremony
The Duchess of Cambridge will announce the 56th winner of the prestigious award.
OCTOBER 13th, 2020
he Duchess of Cambridge is set to announce the winner of the 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year tonight in the awards first virtual ceremony. The Duchess will make the announcement at the Natural History Museum and has already had an exclusive look at the winning photograph, which she described as “spectacular.”
Catherine made a glamorous appearance yesterday (Monday, October 12th) to announce that she would be appearing at the virtual award ceremony and sent royal fans into meltdown over her stunning appearance.
The ceremony will air tonight LIVE at 8.00pm BST. You can watch the award ceremony below.
As patron of the Natural History Museum, the Duchess also shared her joy at seeing the historic tourist attraction back open, so that “we can all enjoy its treasures once again.”
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award is renowned for its prestigious reputation and has gone onto to ensure success for its previous winners. Catherine, who is a keen photographer herself, has been particularly interest in the judging decisions, and was impressed with the overall winner’s work.
Earlier this year, Catherine launched the Hold Still Initiative - a project to capture the nation's response to the pandemic. The gallery was received with universal praise for its touching and honest collection.
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