Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born in England on January 9, 1982. She met Prince William while studying art history in Scotland in 2001. She officially became the Duchess of Cambridge on April 29, 2011, after they tied the knot. So far, the happy couple has three children - George, Charlotte, and Louis. Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge is expected to become the king of the UK one day, which will make her a queen. She is a wonderful wife and mother and dedicated to helping children. However, these are not her best angles.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Men's Singles final on July 15, 2018. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships were held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. Although she is probably just fixing her hair, Kate looks like she is stressed out as she pulls at her locks and gazes onward with dismay.
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This photo of the Duchess and her new sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, was also taken at The Wimbledon Championships just one day prior to the previous photo. Here, you can see Kate is pleasantly surprised by the smooth play. So are the rest of the spectators, especially the lady in the upper, right corner.
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Princess Kate probably didn't expect to jog down a hill when she went to the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy on June 10, 2018. Nevertheless, there she goes. Although the Duchess of Cambridge didn't fall at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucester, England, it still looks a little funny when captured in a photograph.
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While at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy, the Princess played with her children at the Beaufort Park. However, Prince George needed a little talking to by the looks of this picture. Apparently, something to do with that device she is holding. It wasn't his first scolding and it won't be his last.
Trooping the Colour, held June 9th this year, involves 1,400 guardsmen and cavalry. While the tradition dates back to the reign of King Charles II, the Duchess of Cambridge seems a bit shocked. Judging by the expressions on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's face -- Harry and Meghan -- something has gone terribly wrong.
Kate is not only cackling a little too hard in this picture, but it doesn't really look like her. While we are used to a soft princess, she is smiling so big that her eyes darkened and her nose scrunched. The Duchess also has a fuller face, which only makes sense because this picture was taken at a Commonwealth Big Lunch on March 22, 2018; she gave birth to her third child just a month later!
In February 2018, Kate and Meghan attended the First Annual Royal Foundation Forum in London. The theme was 'Making a Difference Together'. While Meghan looks onward with zeal, Kate appears to be hopeless. To be fair, this could have something to do with the fact she was pregnant with her third child at the time and due a couple of months later.
The same month as the Royal Foundation Forum, a pregnant Kate went to visit The Fire Station, an iconic building that was recently transformed into an art hub in Sunderland, England. The real question is what the Duchess trying to explain in this candid shot.
On July 26, 2015, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the America's Cup World Series. Apparently, Kate checked out a sailing simulator when she toured the headquarters of Britain's Land Rover-backed BAR team. She was not ready for this picture, obviously, or she would have at least smiled.
It appears as though Kate has finessed her picture-taking skills over the years. Here she is again at the same America's Cup World Series in 2015. The Duchess of Cambridge is watching a crane carry the Land Rover BAR AC45 catamaran out of the water, but it looks like she is just trying to catch snowflakes with her tongue in the sneakiest way possible.
Here is a third shot from that infamous event where the Duchess was not ready for her close up. She was visiting the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in England. Maybe she was cold. Maybe she was teasing an old man. Who knows? This is the last picture from this event, although there are more embarrassing ones available.
Boy, does the Duchess of Cambridge love her tennis. Back in 2017, she met with the ball boys and girls on the first day of the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. She is just so overzealous to see these people. Can't you tell by her arched eyebrows and big, bright eyeballs?
Who says the royal family can't have fun? On May 13, 2017, the Duchess joined her brother-in-law, Harry, on the grounds of Buckingham Palace. Although the tea party was to serve children whose parents died serving the military, they had a great time launching balloons from slingshots. She must have nailed her target!
When British people laugh, is it with an accent? You can almost hear her cackle in this picture. Kate was having a ball with her husband, Prince William Duke of Cambridge, and his brother, Harry, at the May 13th tea party. They were probably watching someone get hit with a water balloon.
The royal couple visited Haida Gwaii, British Columbia in Canada and toured the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum on September 30, 2016. During their eight-day tour, which included fishing, the princess seems to be laughing a little more than the rest of them. At least she is always upbeat, right?
Even after learning those incredible fish facts, the Duchess of Cambridge still couldn't believe her eyes when she gazed upon this mighty swimmer. This picture was taken on September 30, 2016, during the Royal Tour of Canada with kids from the Skidegate Youth Centre. The eight-day visit included some epic fishing.
In October 2015, the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband attended the Charites Forum at BAFTA in London. As all the children, charity representatives, Aardman Animations workers, and the royals themselves applaud, Kate's hands seem to be off a little. Is it just us, or is that an odd-looking clasp?
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Kate formally opened the Kensington Leisure Centre in London on January 19, 2015. Martina McDonagh probably enjoyed chatting with the Duchess of Cambridge, but what in the world are they talking about for her to make such an unflattering face? She is pointing at her stomach as though something is terribly wrong.
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Although the caption of this image describes the royal trio visiting Bacon's College in London, there is something that is missing to this story. Harry, William, and Kate talk to school-age children during their tour. However, Kate looks like she is yelling at a child as her husband, William, looks on with an I-Told-You-So expression.
Well this is refreshing. On July 5, 2015, little Prince George was being naughty as the family left the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, which is on the Sandringham Estate, for the christening of Princess Charlotte. This time, it took both mom and dad for him to listen.
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On June 13, 2012, Kate visited the East Midlands. She was visiting Vernon Park in Nottingham, England when she took part in a foam javelin throw. She looks delighted to play. Her form isn't bad either. However, she probably didn't want her picture taken as she launched this rocket into the air.
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The Duchess of Cambridge visited a farm in Arlingham, England on May 3, 2017. A charity called Farms for City Children offer kids the change to live and work on a farm for a week. Kate was trying to grab this lamb, Stinky, but the picture is a bit awkward.
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In February 2018, Princess Kate opened an Action on Addiction Community Treatment Centre in Wickford, England. It's wonderful that she is joining healthcare professionals and clients to continue the discussion about recovery. However, this picture does not capture her in the best light. She looks happy, but what's up with her jaw?
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The UK-observed Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph back in November of 2017. The Duchess appears to be a little teary-eyed, but if you didn't know what event she was attending, you might think she got a big whiff of an unpleasant smell instead. She isn't an ugly crier at least.
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Don't worry; Prince George is not the only child to get scolded. Sure, she is the Duchess of Cambridge in all of her royal elegance and gentleness. However, Miss Princess Charlotte was probably up to no good and Mom had to take care of things as they viewed helicopter models at the Hamburg airport in Germany in July 2017.
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If you feel bad for little George and Charlotte, you shouldn't! By the looks of things, the Duchess has a way with all kids. As she visited the Northside Center for Child Development on December 8, 2014, in New York City, she appeared to yell at the kids. We are pretty sure this image is misleading, though.
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Kate Middleton cheered on runners during the Virgin Money London Marathon on April 23, 2017. However, where is that foam finger going? Her husband doesn't look to happy about what is going on, but her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, seems to think it is all pretty comical.
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At Trooping the Colour 2017, Kate stood with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. During the military parade, she appeared to point out into the distance. Although she meant no harm, the photographer might argue she is picking out people below whom she doesn't care for, if her expression is any indication.
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