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Kate Middleton paid a visit to the Natural History Museum on Tuesday to hear more about how communities across the UK will benefit from the Museum’s Urban Nature Project which is being launched later this year.
And OK!'s body language expert Derek Heron says the Duchess of Cambridge couldn't have looked more relaxed.
Kate, 39, was photographed enjoying her time at the museum as she donned a pair of blue cropped denim jeans, which she tucked a pristine Ralph Lauren white top into.
The Duchess decided to wear her pale orange and burgundy coloured blazer from CHLOÉ, which costs £1,795, before completing the outfit with her favourite £90 Veja white trainers.
"As a body language analyst it is very rare to see photographs of a royal that is so relaxed and carefree," he shared.
"The Duchess of Cambridge is in her element as she chats to the adults and children around her.
"Her sleeves are rolled up in a casual, business as usual manner reflecting her informal mind-set today; putting those around her at ease."
Our expert went on to say: "Kate has dropped all formality as she sits crossed-legged on the decking in her jeans and blazer.
"This is a rare occasion indeed, she has clearly cast aside her position as a royal to simply let her hair down and enjoy the day."
They added more detail about Kate's "glowing" nature and "genuine" smile shows she is happy to be there.
"Her smiles are genuine, you can see that in the creases in her eyes and the wide broad open smiles," he continued.
"She frequently leans forward showing real interest and engagement with the children and adults."
"Kate has kept conversation light-hearted putting adult members at ease with humorous remarks and laughter," they said.
"Kate is simply glowing as her true personality shines through."
It comes after the royal recently paid tribute to her kids Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and three year old Prince Louis at the launch of her own Centre for Early Childhood.
She was heard saying in the clip: "My own journey into understanding the importance of early childhood actually started with adults and not children.
"It was about prevention. I wanted to understand how we could prevent some of today's toughest challenges and what more we could do to help with the rising rates of poor mental health."
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