Wow, the Duchess of Cambridge sure has exceptional hair.
Whether she's stepping out for an official engagement with the Royal Family or attending the star-studded opening of an exhibition, it always seems to look perfect.
As we chart her transformation, it will quickly become clear that the Duchess of Cambridge isn't afraid to experiment with different styles. Kate really loves to wear her long and glossy hair down. She's often seen sporting curly ends and she sometimes likes to tuck her loose layers behind her ears.
Her parting switches between centre and side when she's rocking this undeniably glamorous 'do. We love how her hair catches the wind when she makes a visit to London's Gipsy Hill in March 2015. We'd do anything for locks that shiny.
Kate has also displayed a number of stunning up-dos since she came into the spotlight after capturing Prince William's heart. The low bun she works at a service to mark the end of combat in Afghanistan is certainly worthy of the red carpet.
And we love how she keeps things fuss-free out in Margate with a prim and proper ponytail. This hairstyle allows Kate to make a real statement with a pair of pretty pearl earrings - understated elegance at its best.
No discussion of Kate's hair could be complete without a mention of the 70s-inspired cut she debuts at the capital's Natural History Museum back in November 2012. Created by Sloane Square hairdresser Richard Ward, her colour appears to be a shade darker and she decides to snip in a soft and feathery fringe. The look is seriously stunning.
But it's not the only time Kate has worked a different shade into her hair - she has sun-kissed golden highlights as she presents Prince George to the world, just days after his birth at St Mary's Hospital in 2013.
But it's her most recent hairdo that's got the world talking...
Click through below to see more of Kate's best hair moments:
Kate Middleton's best hair moments
7 times Kate Middleton's hair looked amazing
Kate wore her hair up in a pretty twisted and braided updo for an Olympic concert in May 2012.
The look that has become Kate's signature style, her hair was down and perfectly curled during a visit to a community garden project in October 2012.
Kate's curls were the perfect elegant accent to this lace Alexander McQueen gown in November 2012.
Kate attended the opening of The National History Museum's Treasures gallery in November 2012, in a vibrant emerald dress.
Even after an extremely windy day during her visit with Prince William to Cambridge, Kate's hair looked lovely.
Hockey Can't Flatten Those Curls
Even running around playing field hockey with children (in heels, no less!) can't keep Kate's covetable locks from looking perfect.
Kate wore her hair half-up during the diamond jubilee, wearing a pretty fascinator to match her dress.
Kate viewed her first official portrait in January 2013, wearing her hair down and simply curled under.
Long and Flowing
One of the best things about Kate's hair is that it is thick and full of body. She chose a simple look to pair with this patterned MaxMara dress.
Kate's hair looked lovely on a visit to Grimsby to tour the National Fishing Heritage Centre.
A Hat for Underground
The Duchess and Queen visited Baker Street Underground Station in March 2013, and Kate chose to wear simple curls with her pretty hat.
On a tour of Scotland, the pregnant Duchess wore her hair stylishly down and simple.
It may have been a windy afternoon visit to the Willows Primary School, but Kate's hair held up.
Twists and Weaves
Kate's hair was half-up for a visit to the National Portrait Gallery, with intricate twists and weaves keeping the look in place.
The Duchess was able to tour the Harry Potter sets along with her husband and brother-in-law, wearing Topshop and her hair down -- perfect for casting spells!
Kate wore a bright coat during her visit to Naomi House, and paired the look with pretty curls, a bit tighter than her typical waves.