The Duchess is known around the world due to its iconic style, elegance and sophistication. Kate, as William's first serious girl, spent most of her adult life as cared for by the royal role and adapting to observation. For this reason, since he married Prince William in 2010, many have described him as a perfect royal wife.
However, just like most young people, even the future Duchess enjoyed the partying, and there were several opportunities where he left the guards before he officially joined the royal family.
Mail Online's 2008 agency report claims that Kate, who was just a girl of Prince William, was joining thousands of participants at the 90th Nelson Mandela's Concert at Hyde Park on June 27th.
The 26-year-old is conceived as a laugh and time of his life in the context of what Mail Online has described with many "male admirers."
At that time, Prince William led his military career at HMS Iron Duke in the Caribbean.
Kate has watched works such as Amy Winehouse, Sugababes, Leone Lewis, Razorlight and Queen at a birthday party featured by Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith.
That year was not the only opportunity for the Duchess to be present at the party.
In 2008, she also helped organize the theme-based Day-Glo Midnight Roller Disco for the eighties for charity.
The event was held in Renaissance rooms at Vauxhall in London, and as a co-organizer, Kate devoted entirely to the theme of entertainment.
The twenty-six-year-old was wearing yellow hot pants, pink leg warmers, black boots and a green top.
The clothes did little to hide their dignity, especially when she skidded during her sliding routine and was painfully introduced to the floor in what Mail Online described at the time as a "shameful pile".
The dictator was not injured and after a few seconds lying on the floor, her friends were supposed to help her on her feet.
The event attracted hundreds of guests, and many wore equally elegant clothing.
Kate's sister, Pippa, also decided for pink leg warmers to revive her little black dress.