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Code – FOMO – Princess Catherine hides books in public places in Britain

Princess Catherine, the wife of Prince William, contributed to the compilation of the Holt Still book at the National Portal Gallery, which brings back important moments from last year’s epidemic. There are 100 portraits in it, and the proceeds from the copies sold will be donated to the charity. The move covers 150 volumes across the UK, some of which have been placed in British public places by the Duchess of Cambridge.

The prince’s official Instagram page also features a video of Catherine, dressed in red, holding a book near Kensington Palace.

Anyone who is very lucky to find one of the hidden copies will not only admire the photos, but also surprise: the princess has attached a letter to each volume, the lines of which can now be read by anyone, an inventor shared. It’s on Twitter.

Dear Inventor! The book Moon Still is a photographic document of portraits taken when it was closed due to Govt-19 last year. The pictures tell of the challenges we have all gone through, but sometimes they unite us in extraordinary ways. (…) Once you have finished the book, give it to someone from your company so they can enjoy it too. He wishes you all the best, Catherine

The princess writes in her letter that she is proud to have been a part of the project.

As for the book business, it has become a big fashion nowadays among members of the royal family (and only a part of the former) royal family. Meghan Markle recently finished Own writingInspired by Father’s Day poem.

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(Cover photo: Pregnant Princess Catherine visits Northern Ireland in October 2017. Photo: Charles McQuelan / Getty Images Hungary)