When it comes to getting to know someone, there are many important things to take note of- what kind of music they like, what their hobbies are, and perhaps most importantly of all, what do they like on a pizza?
Well, at least that's how we're feeling after Duchess Catherine just revealed her own preferences when it comes to the indulgent Italian dish.
In fact, Kate's favourite pizza topping is so relatable that we can easily picture ourselves being great friends with the Duchess - and it would surely all start in a pizza restaurant...
While visiting a community garden in Islington on Tuesday 15th January, the stylish royal got her hands dirty as she partook in a planting workshop.
And while the event itself involved a bit of handiwork, the Duchess of Cambridge's creative side was really put to the test when she was tasked with making a pizza shortly after.
With her hair styled in loose waves and wearing a casual green tweed jacket by designer Dubarry Bracken paired with skinny jeans and combat boots, Duchess Catherine looked at ease as she and several children mastered their pizza creations together.
One child boldly asked Kate whether the Queen herself liked pizza, to which Kate admitted that she actually didn't know!
"You know, that's such a good question. I don't know... Maybe next time I see her, shall I ask?" she jovially replied.
The royal also admitted that Prince George and Princess Charlotte would be very jealous of her making pizza - so it seems some royals are partial to a slice every now and then!
Her family's pizza preferences aside, what really got us interested was Kate's own choice of toppings on the Italian dish.
In fact, Kate said something many of us could relate to: "Has anyone ever put bacon on the pizza before? I quite like that," she said.
"It's like having pepperoni but it's not spicy. Very good."
And that wasn't the only surprise for the day. It was also announced that the 37-year-old royal will design a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show this year as a way to encourage children and families to embrace nature.
The flower show is world renowned and takes place in May, and Kate has already got stuck into things, having been working on her garden design for the past three months.
Named the 'RHS Back to Nature Garden', Kate has collaborated with award winning landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White to create the green design.
Kate's garden "has been inspired by childhood memories that are triggered by the natural world, as well as special moments that will be created and treasured by families now and in the future," according to the Royal Horticultural Society.
Kate also revealed a sweet anecdote about her two eldest children after she asked the guests whether they preferred outdoor learning.
"I think that's where George and Charlotte would love to be learning outside of the classroom. It's still fun inside, but it's much better outside, she said.
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