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Kate Middleton v slzách: Takto sme ju na verejnosti ešte nevideli

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Kate Middleton a princ William sa v pondelok nedokazali ubrániť slzám. Dôvodom boli príbehy obetí holokaustu, ktoré prežili vyhladzovacie tábory.

Každoročne sa zhromažďuje kráľovská rodina a členovia britskej vlády, aby vzdali hold Židom zabitým počas holokaustu a uctili si výročie oslobodenia vyhladzovacieho tábota Osvienčim-Birkenau. Na tejto udalosti, samozrejme, nesmeli chýbať ani Kate Middleton a  princ William. Obaja manželia vzdali obrovský hold obetiam holokaustu.

Kate Middleton v slzách

V pondelok 27. januára nedokázala Kate Middleton zadržať slzy. Jej smútok sa spája s obeťami holokaustu a ich príbehmi, ktoré si vypočula a uctila po boku manžela, princa Williama, v Central Hall vo Westminsteri. Na tejto udalosti sa okrem manželov z Cambridge zúčastnil aj premiér Boris Johnson a niekoľko britských celebrít.

Ako uvádza britský bulvárny magazín „The Sun“, kráľovský pár vyhlásil, že boli „poctení“, keď sa mohli stretnúť s pozostalými a tento obrad označili za „dych a srdce berúci“. Princ William počas spomienok prečítal list na počesť svojej prababičky, princeznej Alice z Battenbergu (matka Filipa Mountbattena), ktorá urobila všetko pre záchranu židovskej rodiny počas holokaustu. Princezná Alice zomrela o mnoho rokov neskôr, v roku 1969, v Buckinghamskom paláci. Jej odhodlanie a sila však nezostali tajomstvom.

Kate Middleton so slzami v očiach a chvejúcim sa hlasom ocenila silu svedectiev, ktoré počula.

Pocta obetiam holokaustu

V tej istý deň sa vojvodkyňa z Cambridge rozhodla na instagramovom profile svojej rodiny zverejniť sériu fotografií, na ktorých môžeme vidieť Kate spolu s obeťami holokaustu, ktoré prežili a ich rodinami.Spoločne sa rozprávajú, smejú.

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Today is #HolocaustMemorialDay, which takes place each year on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and honours survivors of the Holocaust, Nazi Persecution, and subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. Earlier this month, The Duchess of Cambridge met two Holocaust survivors, Steven Frank and Yvonne Bernstein, as she took photographs for a project by @holocaustmemorialdaytrust, Jewish News and @royalphotographicsociety to mark 75 years since the end of the Holocaust. The Duchess’s photographs will be included in an exhibition of 75 images of survivors and their family members, which will open later this year. “The harrowing atrocities of the Holocaust, which were caused by the most unthinkable evil, will forever lay heavy in our hearts. Yet it is so often through the most unimaginable adversity that the most remarkable people flourish. Despite unbelievable trauma at the start of their lives, Yvonne Bernstein and Steven Frank are two of the most life-affirming people that I have had the privilege to meet. They look back on their experiences with sadness but also with gratitude that they were some of the lucky few to make it through. Their stories will stay with me forever.” – The Duchess of Cambridge Photographs © Kensington Palace

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Zároveň sa manželka princa Williama ako amatérska fotografka rozhodla vytvoriť dva portréty, ktoré zachytávajú dve obete holokaustu s ich vnúčatami. Inšpiráciou jej boli maľby holandského maliara Vermeera. Tieto dve fotografie budú súčasťou pripravovanej výstavy, ktorú usporiada Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

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As part of the commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust, The Duchess of Cambridge has taken photographs of two Holocaust survivors with their grandchildren. The first photograph features Steven Frank with his granddaughters, Maggie and Trixie. Alongside his mother and brothers, Steven was sent to Westerbork transit camp then to Theresienstadt. Steven and his brothers were 3 of only 93 children who survived the camp – 15,000 children were sent there. The Duchess also photographed Yvonne Bernstein with her granddaughter Chloe. Yvonne was a hidden child in France, travelling in the care of her aunt and uncle and frequently changing homes and names. The Duchess said: “I wanted to make the portraits deeply personal to Yvonne and Steven – a celebration of family and the life that they have built since they both arrived in Britain in the 1940s. The families brought items of personal significance with them which are included in the photographs. It was a true honour to have been asked to participate in this project and I hope in some way Yvonne and Steven’s memories will be kept alive as they pass the baton to the next generation.” The portraits will form part of a new exhibition opening later this year by @holocaustmemorialdaytrust, Jewish News and @royalphotographicsociety , which will feature 75 images of survivors and their family members. The exhibition will honour the victims of the Holocaust and celebrate the full lives that survivors have built in the UK, whilst inspiring people to consider their own responsibility to remember and share the stories of those who endured Nazi persecution. Portraits ©The Duchess of Cambridge

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V pondelok večer sa 38-ročná Britka priznala, že spolu s manželom hovorili o genocíde Židov so svojimi deťmi, Georgom (6 rokov), Charlotte (4 roky).

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