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THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE ANNOUNCED THE WINNER OF THE WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Update October 13!!!

The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Natural History Museum in London,
As Patron of the Museum The Duchess of Cambridge announced the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in a video for the competition’s first virtual awards ceremony on October 13.

Her Royal Highness presented the award to the winner, Russian-Soviet photographer Sergey Gorshkov, from the Museum’s Hintze Hall.



Sergey Gorshkov, winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020, is a Wildlife photographer specialized in the Polar Regions of Russia.

He was selected by an esteemed panel of judges from nearly 50,000 entries, it is a “scene like no other” according to Chair of the Jury Roz Kidman-Cox. Taken in the Siberian wilderness of Russia, it shows a majestic Siberian tiger hugging a Manchurian fir. A wondrous display of animal behaviour in its natural habitat, it is a symbol of hope for the critically endangered species.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the largest wildlife photography competition in the world. It is an annual international wildlife photography competition owned by the Natural History Museum.



For this event, The Duchess wore Alexander McQueen Leaf Tailored Crepe Tuxedo Jacket and Accessorize London Pearl Rope Drop Earrings.

© Trustee’s of the National History Museum, London
© Trustee’s of the National History Museum, London
© Trustee’s of the National History Museum, London


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