Kate Middleton and Prince William were recently seen playing a game of Pictionary with schoolgirls in Pakistan and a fan noticed something special about the Duchess's mannerisms.
In the clip, shared on the Kensington Royal Instagram page today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoy the entertaining game via a video call to the school in Islamabad.
As a girl draws a giant cake on a whiteboard, Kate correctly guesses "birthday" and bursts into a huge smile while tilting her head to the left.
Prince William jokes: "I'm very glad you guys are drawing and we're not having to draw."
The Duke of Cambridge then has a go and manages to correctly get "cricket", much to the delight of the girl drawing at the board.
Kate then asks the girls if they happy to be back at their school, Islamabad Model College for Girls , after it was shut for a while due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"Yes, very happy!" the kids say in unison.
The video was posted one year on from the Duke and Duchess's highly celebrated royal tour of Pakistan and has gone down a storm with many of their 12 million Instagram followers.
It's been played more than half a million times and received hundreds of comments in just a few hours.
An observant royal fan noted that Kate tilted her head as she laughed with the children, writing: "My mother used to tilt her head just slightly when she thought someone was being cute just like Catherine is doing. She really loves children."
"Thank you for your tender ways and for inspiring the children!" said a second admirer.
A third viewer commented that they "love" how Kate speaks to children in a way they understand, adding: "I don't understand why some people are so blind to how genuine and amazing she is."
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