Kate Middleton is married to Prince William, with whom he has three children.
The royal couple has two children and one girl: Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3 and Prince Louis, 6 months.
Kate is known for her wonderful style and unfathomable elegance while performing public tasks.
But sometimes she looks with a less glamorous accessory – but why?
The Duchess of Cambridge is often seen using a plaster in her hand to conceal minor injuries.
He was recently seen as an athlete when he accompanied his husband to the Tusk Conservation Awards in London this month.
He was in the middle finger of the right hand and, although he tried to hide it, he was clearly visible.
It is far from the first time that the Duquesa was seen with the protective coating.
In December 2016, he was using a plaster on his left thumb as he attended the Christmas service at the St Mark's church in Berkshire.
In November of the same year, she had a large plaster through the body of her left hand when she visited the Nelson Trust Women's Center.
In August 2016 he had a plaster on the thumb of his right hand, visible as expected by admirers.
According to the Daily Mail, Kate has been plastering in public since 2008, three years before marrying Prince William.
When Buckingham Palace was asked in 2016 about the presence of a plaster, they said: "We have no comments on the plaster," The Mirror reported.
However, most likely Kate receives so many cuts and scrapes as the average mother of three.
Unlike most UK mothers, however, Kate uses the nanny to help take care of her children.
The little princes and princesses are taken care of by Maria Borrallo, from Palencia in the north of Spain, who trained in the prestigious Norland College.
The writer Louise Heren, who co-wrote a book about Norland babies and spent a year in college doing a television documentary, said that Maria would win around £ 38,000 a year as a live help for Kate and William will grow and will They were trained not to impose strict rules.
It is expected that he would agree on a regular routine of time and bath days for children with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
William and Kate assumed to Maria in 2014 to replace to Jessie Webb, the old nanny of William that was retired to help the pair after George was born.
María enjoys a private space at the Kensington Palace, including a room, living room, kitchen and bathroom.