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Kate Middleton photographs Holocaust survivors

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The Duchess of Cambridge pays special attention to the 75th year that Auschwitz has been liberated. Kate Middleton (38) has photographed four survivors, with their children and grandchildren.

“They were the lucky ones who were allowed to survive this horror”

The photos were taken at the beginning of January 2020 in Kensington Palace, in Great Britain. Because several survivors have connections with the Netherlands, Kate decided to use the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer as a source of inspiration. He specialized in domestic settings.

Kate was deeply impressed by the stories of the survivors. The story of Steven Frank (84) from Amsterdam in particular moved her. Steven was taken to several concentration camps during his childhood. “He is so aware of life and still looks back with gratitude despite everything,” Kate says. “It was an honor to meet him.”

All photos that Kate has taken are part of an exhibition that will be exhibited later this year. This exhibition revolves around the memory of the events that took place in Auschwitz, which was liberated 75 years ago

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