Kate Middleton has a shocking talent similar to Queen Elizabeth II’s.

The Duchess of Cambridge is popular for her photography skills. However, aside from taking adorable photos of her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, Middleton has another hidden talent that many aren’t aware of.

According to Kayleigh Roberts of Marie Claire, Middleton is skilled in impersonating people. Prince William’s wife is very good in impersonating at least one specific person: Joanna Lumley of the popular TV show “Absolutely Fabulous.”

“Catherine was tremendous fun,” said Kevin Allford, one of Middleton’s teachers back in St. Andrews Prep days.

“I remember she loved the TV show ‘Absolutely Fabulous’, and she was a great mimic. She used to do an impression of Joanna Lumley, and would always joke to her friends when she thought the teacher wasn’t listening: ‘That’s absolutely fabulous, darling!’”

Just like Middleton, Queen Elizabeth II has the same talent. Her Majesty is a very good mimic and she has a great sense of humor.

“We all know life is very, very difficult. I think the Queen is the comedian. She’s a wonderful mimic,” royal expert Ingrid Seward said.

The biographer pointed out how Queen Elizabeth II is so good at accents, specifically Liverpudlian or Scouse. Seward recalled an incident during an informal dinner in Kentucky when the monarch was challenged by old friend William Farish to mimic one lady’s deep southern accent.

Queen Elizabeth II reportedly asked until the end of dinner to give her some time to prepare. When she did it, they were amazed because it was “word-perfect.”

In related news, the Queen reportedly prefers Zara and Mike Tindall over the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Seward said that the Queen’s favorite grandchildren are Princess Anne’s children because they were her first grandkids. Her Majesty is reportedly more relaxed when she’s with Zara and Peter.

Just recently, Queen Elizabeth II and Zara’s never-before-seen photo during the latter’s royal wedding resurfaced. In the snap, both casually posed with the Queen holding her bag and the bride holding a glass of champagne.