Even princes get schmutz by their mouths from time to time (in the Royal Box at Wimbledon, nonetheless).
The cowboy hat might not make it out of the closet much, but the Duchess is known to wear denim on more than one occasion.
Case in point: A college-aged Kate stepped out in a tank top and denim shortly before her 2005 graduation.
It probably started out as a cute photo op, but Kate definitely nailed William in the face right here.
The royal's got the usual serene smile down pat — although her candid little pout is actually super endearing.
This picture was taken at a 2015 financial services charity event, but the Duchess is definitely not talking about trading volumes here.
Way before her perpetually shiny blow-out (i.e. in 2007), Kate Middleton would go shoe shopping with the laidback updo of lazy girls everywhere.
The future royal went all-out for a charity "roller disco" night in 2008 — right down to the pink leg warmers. And in case you're wondering, yes she did at least once — but who doesn't?
*Zooms in.* Are those ?! We like to picture Kate's accessorized plastic clogs (worn while training for a 2007 boat race) nestled between her $600 Penelope Chilvers boots and Gianvito Rossi pumps.
The Duchess is not a pushover — and she was not going to let rowdy pageboys distract from her sister's wedding.
Beating the husband in a yacht race not once but twice? That's reason to celebrate all right. The Duchess was basically beaming for the rest of the regatta.
Hopping in a cab these days would probably violate every security measure in the book, but Kate and Pippa used to leave nightclubs just like the rest of the world's twenty-somethings.
It's no secret that the Duchess loves her . In fact, even Princess Diana wore them too!
Lupo — Will and Kate's English Cocker Spaniel — probably couldn't care less about royal titles. (But he enjoys dropped food as much as the next dog.)
That exact actually went on sale for a mere $10 — that is until the Duchess wore them. The rest of us will just have to find our somewhere else.
Good news! You can still buy last year, but you'll have to .
She was15-years-old when the first book came out, although it's a scientifically-proven fact that you never get too old for Harry Potter.
Pumps on sidewalk grates? That's a recipe for disaster, royalty or not.
Most of her formal events require fascinators, but if she's worn a cowboy hat she can definitely get away with one of these.
That look is 100% "I am so going to tease you about this later."
Petting a fuzzy little lamb looks like a dream come true for her. She even admitted that she'd Royal, farmer ... same difference.