Kate Middleton has many hobbies, but people are particularly curious about one of them

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Kate Middleton recently revealed one of her hidden talents that impressed her fans, here's what it is.

Her Royal Highness Kate Middleton has surprised the entire nation of Britain by donning many hats over the years. The Princess of Wales has displayed a keen interest in various hobbies and activities over the years, which proves that she is indeed truly ‘queen material’.

Being a core part of the royal family for over 12 years after her marriage to Prince William, she has taken on many activities that many a queen from the past have enjoyed. From gardening to music, the Duchess of Cambridge never fails to impress the media and her fans with her diverse set of skills. Recently, Her Royal Highness revealed yet another talent of hers, that people were shocked to witness. Here’s the complete scoop on Kate Middleton’s hobbies, and her most recent revelation that won the hearts of her people.

Kate Middleton’s favorite sport

The Princess of Wales hasn’t shied away from exploring different activities during the course of her time with the royal family. She is an avid tennis enthusiast and her interest in the sport dates back to a time before she met Prince William. Her genuine interest in the sport ensures her a place at the Wimbledon tournament every year, much to the delight of her fans.

Her Highness’s green thumb

Besides tennis, Kate is said to have quite a green thumb. The Princess allegedly loves to garden at home, along with Prince William. As per Woman & Home, a piece written about the hobbies of the Princess said:

“In 2019, Catherine participated in the Chelsea Flower Show and created a 'Back to Nature Garden' garden, that she designed with Andree Davies and Adam White.”

Cooking up a good time

Another activity that the Duchess of Cambridge has been quite vocal about is cooking and baking. She is revealed to have an ongoing tradition wherein she stays up late and bakes her children their birthday cakes. She has even allegedly made a batch of chutney as gifts to her family for Christmas. The late Queen apparently really took to the gesture and adored the gift.

Kate Middleton’s hobby that shocked the world

Back in 2021, Kate Middleton shocked the world by pulling out yet another talent of hers in public. She impressed her fans with her piano skills during the Royal Carols: Together At Christmas service at Westminster Abbey. She delivered an outstanding performance with Tom Walker, and fans were absolutely delighted to see Her Royal Highness play the piano for the first time in public.

Despite being a ‘hidden’ talent up until recently, it is rumored that Kate has been playing the piano since she was a child. Dazzling the stage in a bright red dress, Kate Middleton was definitely the talk of the town given her effortless suave when it came to playing the piano.

Kate’s surprise Eurovision performance

Recently shocking everyone at the Eurovision with her surprise appearance, Kate Middleton paid her tribute to Ukraine through her musical skills. Her appearance is in a pre-recorded clip performing Ukraine's winning Eurovision entry from last year: "Stefania" by Kalush Orchestra as per Town & Country.

She was seen in a one-shoulder gown in blue, which is said to pay tribute to the Ukrainian flag, thus honoring the country. This performance really brought the musical essence of Kate, as she embraced every unique sound from the keys from her drawing room in the famous Windsor Castle. She also allegedly believes in the power of music, to bring people together at trying times. And fans of the royal family are very happy to see the Princess of Wales take to the keys so elegantly.

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