Prince William and Kate Middleton haven't taken the throne just yet, but it seems like people already approve of the mom-of-three!
More than three quarters of Brits believe the Duchess of Cambridge will make a good Queen when the time comes, a new poll shows.
According to the YouGov survey of 5,055 adults in Great Britain, which was published on Wednesday, April 28, 43 percent thought Kate will make a good queen, while 33 percent said she probably will.
Only three percent said she won't make a good Queen. Even though Kate grew up a "commoner," 31 percent of people think it is better that way, while 59 percent said it made no difference to them.
51 percent of women said she will definitely make a good Queen, while 31 percent said she probably will — this compared to 35 percent of men for both answers.
The news comes a day after a new poll revealed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's approval ratings are at their lowest ever, but Queen Elizabeth remains the nation's favorite royal, with an 80 percent approval rating.
Ever since William and Kate got together, she has embraced being part of the royal family.
"Kate has played a central role in this since they got married 10 years ago, they are there to fulfill a destiny, to support the Queen and Prince Charles. William gets the duty bit and he is trying to fill that role," royal expert Duncan Larcombe said.
"He could have gone in a completely different direction, he could have quite easily been a rebellious Prince just like his brother," Larcombe noted about Prince Harry, who stepped back from the royal family in 2020. "In some ways actually, privately William will be a little jealous of Harry. Especially if it gets to the point where even the stuff William has to do is overshadowed by his own free, very wealthy, very glitz brother."