There are some things that seem almost too perfect for this world - that first sip of a freshly brewed coffee, the sun setting over the ocean, and Duchess Catherine's hair.
There's no denying it - the royal mum-of-three's brunette locks are enviable to people the world over, and there's one little girl who just did the thing we've all thought about doing - she touched them.
During her visit with husband Prince William to Scottish town Dundee, Kate greeted thousands of royal well-wishers as they arrived in the masses to catch a glimpse of the future King and Queen consort of England - but it was a video of the young girls encounter with Kate that really captured everyone's attention.
In the adorable clip, a young girl is seen sharing a sweet moment with the 37-year-old Duchess as she strokes a lock of her hair. Kate takes it all in her stride, laughing and speaking to the young girl.
And that wasn't the only special thing about the day for Kate and William.
The pair, who spent the day attending a number of special engagements, would have been feeling quite reminiscent given the town is a mere 15 miles north of the university town of St Andrews, which is where they met.
Kate, who wore a striking tartan Q by McQueen coat and dress looked ready for a busy day ahead as they first attended the public walkabout before visiting the newly built V&A museum, which they officially opened.
They later met workers from the Dundee Michelin factory.
Kate gave a speech at the end of the day's events, declaring the museum officially open.
"I have been amazed by the breathtaking architecture and the sheer range of design on display," she told guests.
"Most of all, I've been moved by the passion of the people who work here and the dedication of all those who have helped make this important project succeed."
The new museum was designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, who met the couple and talked them through the design.
It's been a busy start to 2019 for the two royals, who have attended a number of engagements across Britain over the last few weeks.
Earlier in January, Kate attended a ballet rehearsal at the Royal Opera House, where she watched ballet dancers practice ahead of their performance of The Two Pigeons.
Later in the month, she attended the launch of UK charity Family Action's new free national helpline FamilyLine, which is designed to support parents and carers.
The Queen of chic nailed the fashion stakes once again on the day, wearing a moss green dress from UK brand Beulah London, a brand the Duchess has worn several times before, donates 10 per cent of its profits to help victims of sex trafficking.
Watch the events of the day in the video below: