Kate Middleton is famous for her classic style, her gorgeous hair and her Duchess of Cambridge attitude. But today we learned there's one more thing she can do: Levitate. Thanks either to the assistance of the magical powers of her Duchess-hood or an optical illusion of a paparazzo's camera lens, today the world saw Middleton like they've never seen her before — literally walking on air. This just goes to teach us all a lesson: Thought you were on equal footing with Middleton? You were dead wrong; she'll always be a few inches about you.
Middleton was alongside Prince William, Prince Harry and David Cameron for the 100th anniversary commemorations of the Somme WWI battles in Manchester, says The Telegraph.
Middleton wore a classic "royal event" outfit of a long-sleeve lace dress finished with a fascinator. The party wore commemorative buttons to mark the honorable occasion. Notably, the pictures also seem to show Middleton as the only female in attendance — but let's hope that's also another optical illusion.
Middleton has spent the last few days in London, where she presented an award at the Natural History Museum and toured the facilities, and if tradition is any guide, she will likely head to Wimbledon over the next few days. With all those balls to catch, Wimbledon certainly seems like a great place to debut your powers of flight.
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