Duchess Kate says she's 'very lucky' to be a princess in sweet moment at charity event

Duchess Kate is living the dream -- and she knows it too!

The 35-year-old met with families and workers at a children's hospice on Tuesday, and she revealed how she truly felt about being part of the British royal family. She spent time with the family of 6-year-old Isabelle Benton, who asked what it was like to be a real princess.

"Kate said she's very lucky," Isabelle's mother revealed.

The Duchess of Cambridge also gushed about her husband of almost six years, Prince William. Kate told the little girl that, "she's very well looked after by her husband."

The mother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte spent time with all the families at the event, and everyone noticed how genuine she was.

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"She got down on people's levels. She made a point of crouching when she was talking with children so she was at eye level, and she sat with the bereaved family. She didn't stand over them; she sat comfortably and had a good open body language," another attendee observed.

The style icon dazzled, yet again, in an emerald green suit which she paired with a simple pair of black suede pumps.

Kate has certainly made philanthropy a priority in 2017. Last week, she joined forces with her husband and brother-in-law Prince Harry for an event highlighting their mental health charity Heads Together.

And between her royal and mommy duties, we're sure Kate will have her hands full this year! Kensington Palace revealed the family is moving into the palatial residence this fall so George and Charlotte can attend school in London.

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