At Westminster Abbey's Commonwealth Day service, Kate Middleton missed curtsying to Charles & Camilla, sparking confusion among royal fans.

According to Cheat Sheet publication, female family members must curtsy before the King and Queen Consort only once a day.

This suggests that Kate may have already greeted her in-laws earlier that day before the official event.

The royal family adheres to strict etiquette and procedure, and Kate is known for her impeccable style and grace.

Despite the occasional slip-up in protocol, Kate and William are popular among the public and are considered to be modernizing the royal family.

Kate's fashion choices continue to inspire and delight fans around the world, and her dedication to charitable causes is widely admired.

Kate's style and grace remind her of her everlasting loyalty to her country as she prepares to become queen consort.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have won the hearts of the public with their relatable and down-to-earth approach to their royal duties.

Their popularity reflects the changing times and the modernization of the royal family, paving the way for a more inclusive and approachable monarchy.