Kate Middleton showed her sassy side when told what to do.

In just a few months it would be Christmas again. Back in 2014, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a charity event in Harlem. At the time, Middleton was expecting Princess Charlotte.

Middleton visited the Northside Center for Child Development. During her visit, the duchess spent a moment at the gift-wrapping station and joined them packaging a present. As seen in a clip, Middleton is placing a box on the wrapper and is talking to the people around her. Suddenly, a woman behind her, speaks in a rather obnoxious tone, telling her to “keep wrapping.”

Middleton gets her attention back to the gift she is wrapping while rolling her eyes. Netizens who saw the clip found it hilarious. Many of them found Middleton’s reaction just appropriate and they praised the duchess for being normal just like most of the people around her.

According to E! News, by doing the cheeky reaction, Middleton showed everyone a glimpse of her “bitchy side.” The publication noted that it was the first time the duchess was seen doing it that’s why it sent royal fans into a frenzy.

“The fact that this is the first time we’ve seen this epic eye roll makes the clip that much better, and we can’t help but wonder if the telling move has even been used on her hubby when Middleton finds herself in a mood,” the report read.

Earlier this year, another clip of Middleton side-eyeing Camilla Parker Bowles during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding resurfaced. Many were entertained with the clip saying that it was “too good to miss.“

Netizens discussed the incident and according to them, the Duchess of Cambridge meant no harm to the Duchess of Cornwall. They were reportedly laughing at the preacher and Middleton was trying to not make it obvious by looking Camilla at the side of her eyes. Meanwhile, some praised Camilla for choosing a broad-brimmed hat because her face was kept hidden from the camera.

Kate Middleton Kate Middleton arrives to launch a new national support line at the charity Family Action on Jan. 22, 2019 in Lewisham, England.  Photo: Getty Images/Adrian Dennis