- Duchess Kate shared the email that she sent to judges of the "Hold Still" photography project after choosing the final 100 portraits.
- The Duchess of Cambridge signed off the email simply as "C" for Catherine.
- "Hold Still," a partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, aims to capture the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people throughout the United Kingdom.
While it's no secret that the Duchess of Cambridge's first name is Catherine, fans might be surprised to learn that she signs off her emails in a much more informal way.
This week, the duchess shared a screenshot on Twitter of an email that she'd sent to the judges of the "Hold Still" photography project, which aims to capture the effects the coronavirus pandemic on the United Kingdom through the people's photographs.
The Twitter post was captioned, "An email was sent yesterday... #HoldStill2020," and the email attached revealed that she had "chosen the final 100 portraits." To end the email, the duchess signed off as just "C," forgoing her official title.
This isn't the first time that Kate has shared her more personal signature with fans. According to People, the Duchess of Cambridge left candid messages of gratitude on several Instagram photos submitted for the initiative, signing off as "C."
In one such photo, she wrote, "Thank you so much for taking part in the Hold Still project. I get so much joy from being outside and gardening too. C"
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