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Kate Middleton May Always Look Perfect But She’s Not As Confident As You Think

Aside from her royal duties, Kate Middleton has become a fashion and beauty icon for women all over the world.

But while we never see her with a touch of hair out of place, the Duchess of Cambridge isn’t as confident as we all think.

She’s recently been on a royal visit to Warsaw, Poland, along with Prince William and their two children.

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Huge crowds gathered in the country’s capital to catch a glimpse of the family of four.

But one student was lucky enough to talk to Kate herself, and after complimenting her on her always-pristine appearance, the Duchess was very modest.

After queuing for hours outside the Presidential Palace, Magda Mordaka managed to speak with the 35-year old mum.

She told The Express,

We love her style, and her contact with people. We were waiting for this visit from the very beginning. What would she wear? Would she bring the children?

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And when she finally got to meet one of her idols in person, she took the chance to tell her how “perfect” she always looks.

But Kate was totally humble in her reply.

We were telling her that she is beautiful and perfect, but she said it’s not true — it’s just the makeup.

We’re pretty sure it’s Kate’s natural beauty rather than her makeup routine that makes her look so immaculate.

However, her makeup artist, Arabella Preston, has revealed a key part to Kate’s beauty routine is using a washcloth rather than a flannel.

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She told The Cut,

[A washcloth is] an essential part to making sure you wash your face cleanly. More gentle than any motorised cleanser brush, the right flannel will allow you to cleanly wipe makeup and dirt from your skin and gently exfoliate.

Kate and Will, along with the adorable Prince George and Princess Charlotte, have now left Poland and are heading to Berlin.

They will spend three days in the German capital as part of their royal tour.

The adorable George turns four this weekend, just in time for the family to head back home to London.