Even though the Duchess of Cambridge has a diary full of engagements and day to day activities, she still gets to be part of Britain’s most famous family.
But taking a closer look reveals her life is packed full of the same stressful daily things that plague the UK’s commoners, according to The Mirror .
These include juggling raising three young kids with the endless functions that come with being married to Prince William.
But what else does Katie get up to that we would consider outside of the ‘norm’?
Most people find it stressful having to pick one outfit to wear to work, or to go out on a date, but when it comes to daily life for Kate, she often has to plan for more than one occasion.
According to Vanity Fair, the 37-year-old, can have to fit up to five outfit changes into her day if she is out on royal business – this may include outfits for the school run, visiting a charity, an afternoon tea or a formal dinner.
And when she’s not out at events and meetings, the Duchess of Cambridge also has to deal with the stress of finding a private moment to enjoy by herself, which with a full household of staff around at all times, can be incredibly diffcult.
Even when doing more mundane tasks, such as nipping out to the supermarket (she’s often spotted in Waitrose), Kate is not alone while pushing the trolley up and down the aisles, but is followed by protection officers.
Despite having staff and a dedicated nanny to look after her children, it is thought that Kate prefers to do a lot of things each day for herself.
For example she is often spotted dropping off and picking up her children from school, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte attending two different schools.
She’s also a keen cook and when she’s home she is said to enjoy preparing William a roast chicken dinner, as well as making her own sausages and homemade jams.
And back when she was first settling into married life, Vanity Fair reported that Kate would also walk the family’s Cocker Spaniel, Lupo, three times a day – though we imagine she has someone to do this for her when she’s out on engagements now.
The Duchess has always been very fitness orientated and enjoys activities such as running, cycling and incorporates these various work outs into her daily life.
A royal insider told Mail Online: “Kate is an exercise junkie. Pippa and Kate take their toned physiques extremely seriously.
“The duchess is reportedly also a fan of CrossFit and yoga, makes time to go for a run most days, enjoys cycling, and does all her workouts without a personal trainer!”
After all of that is done, Kate may find herself spending the evening at a lavish event, such as the recent BAFTA Awards, where she and William dazzled as they made their way up the red carpet.
However what the couple does on their nights off from banquets and balls might surprise you – because it’s probably the same thing you often find yourself doing after work.
Reports say the couple sometimes venture out to their local pub to enjoy a drink, or they’ll spend an evening avoiding being photographed by staying in and watching DVDs.
Essentially it seems Kate spends her days very much the same way most working mothers do, dividing her time between all of her many responsibilites.
However she just so happens to have a designer wardrobe of clothes to do it all in, meaning she looks fabulous no matter the task at hand.
She does also have the added benefit of household staff, who can take care of all those pesky issues that arise out of the blue, and doesn’t really have to worry too much about childcare what with having a nanny.
So while some aspects of her life, such as her lack of privacy, may seem rather stressful and out of the ordinary to us, it’s fair to say, for the most part, her day to day life sounds pretty good!