Kate Middleton described as ‘incredibly down-to-earth’ and ‘extremely polite’

According to People, the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, 33, dropped by the organic shop Back to the Garden, which is located near the royal couple’s country estate, Anmer Hall.

Kate purchased a dessert for her son – a meringue, and the staffer had nothing but words of praise for her.

“If you didn’t know who she was, you would never know,” the staffer told the magazine. “She’s incredibly down-to-earth, very gracious and extremely polite.”

Back in 2012, during a royal engagement, Kate revealed that when she lived in North Wales she spent her time gardening, more precisely growing potatoes.

And now, a local told the publication that while she was in Snettisham, a village in the English county of Norfolk, the Duchess of Cambridge took time to greet the people who were working “on their plants,” proving once more her relaxed and down-to-earth attitude that she’s become known and appreciated for.

Hopefully, Kate will attend the Queen’s birthday parade on June 13 in the company of her husband William and perhaps their children too. This will be her first public appearance since Charlotte’s birth. Her next important public appearance will be on July 5, when their daughter will be christened at St. Mary Magdalene’s Church.

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