Kate Middleton is married Prince William, with whom she has three children.
The Royal couple has two boys and a girl: Prince George, 5, Charlotte Princess 3 and Prince Louis 6 months.
Kate is known for her beautiful style and immense elegance while performing public duties.
But sometimes it's spotted with something less glamorous accessories – but why?
Cambridge Warrior was often seen in his hand with a gypsum to cover minor injuries.
He recently saw sportsman this month following his husband at the Tusk Conservation Awards in London.
She was on the middle finger of her right hand, and although she tried to hide it, she was clearly visible.
It was far from the first moment the Duchess saw the protective cover.
In December 2016, she saw wearing a gypsum on her left hand while attending Christmas service at the church of St. Brand in Berkshire.
In November of that same year, she had a large plaster on the body of her left arm when she visited Nelson Trust Women's Center.
In August 2016 he had a plaster on his right hand – visible as he waved toward fans.
According to the Daily Mail, Kate has been plating in public since 2008, three years before marrying Prince William.
When Buckingham Palace asked in 2016 about the presence of plaster, they said, "We have no comment on the plaster," reported The Mirror.
However, most likely Kate receives as many cuts and scratches as the average mother of the third.
Unlike most British mothers, Kate, however, employs a nanny to help her take care of her children.
Small princes and princes are worried by Maria Borrallo, from Palencia, northern Spain, who has been trained at the prestigious Norland College.
Writer Louise Heren, who wrote a book about the Norland nanny and spent a year at the college producing a TV documentary, said that Maria would earn about £ 38,000 a year to help Kate and William grow a dog and have been dressed not to impose strict rules.
It is expected to agree on a regular routine of bathing time and bedding for children with Duke and Duchess in Cambridge.
William and Kate took up Mary in 2014 to replace Jessie Webb, William's former nanny he retired to help the couple after George was born.
Maria enjoys the private space of Kensington Palace, including a bedroom, living room, kitchenette and bathroom.