Kate Middleton, 38, patroness of the Natural History Museum, is preparing to announce the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The ceremony due to the pandemic will be held in a virtual format. The video, which was posted on social media at Kensington Palace, was filmed at Hintze Hall.
It's so great to be back in the newly opened Natural History Museum, where we can all enjoy its treasures again. I'm here because I'm announcing 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year tomorrow night. I was lucky enough to see the works of the contestants and I can say that they are really impressive. Can't wait to see it all,
- said the duchess in her address.
The craftsmanship and creativity of this year's photographs provide a touching and immersive insight into the beauty and vulnerability of life on our planet. Thanks to everyone who took part for showing us the magic of the natural world and reminding us that caring for the environment and its precious biodiversity has never been so important.
Kate chose an all-black outfit for her appearance: a square-cut top, jacket and trousers from Alexander McQueen. She complemented the look with pearl earrings and her signature hairstyle - voluminous curls.
The video was released just days after Prince William announced the Earthshot Prize, a global environmental award designed to drive change and help rebuild our planet over the next ten years. The other day, Duke also spoke at TED Talks and talked about the fight against environmental disasters around the world.
Blogger Encore shared the first news.