Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge connected with one of the finalists for her Hold Still portrait campaign with the National Portrait Gallery. The Duchess held a video call with Johannah Churchill whose portrait, “Melanie, March 2020”, was selected as one of one hundred photographs to represent the UK’s lockdown experience. To celebrate the occasion, Catherine wore an affordable powder blue cardigan from homegrown sustainable brand Boden.
“Thank you for being part of Hold Still 2020!”, said Kensington Royal on social media. “The portraits that illustrate your stories and experiences of lockdown have shown just how much communities have come together during this difficult year. For the past four weeks, our community exhibition has taken the final one hundred portraits back to the communities that took them.”
“Melanie, March 2020” captured by Johannah Churchill features her colleague setting up a COVID clinic in London with help from Dr Edward Cole. The photo was re-created as a mural in Manchester as a part of the Hold Still community exhibition. During the video call with Churchill and Cole, Catherine wore Boden’s Abercorn Scallop Cardigan in frosted blue, which also comes in a burnt orange colour called “Conker”. Her exact cardigan is still available for purchase on the brand’s website for £75, in a size range of 6-22.
Keep reading ahead for where to buy Kate’s cute powder blue cardigan.