Kate Middleton will make a “wonderful queen one day,” according to some netizens.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to be the next king and queen after Prince Charles’ reign. Many believe that Middleton will be a great queen consort when Prince William takes over the throne.

“Kate looks absolutely stunning, so elegant, she’ll make a wonderful Queen one day. Good to see that smile back on Harry’s face,” one netizen commented on Middleton and Prince Harry’s photo during their reunion at the Anzac Day service.

“I just adore the Duchess of Cambridge! She’ll make a wonderful Queen (consort) one day!” another netizen wrote.

Queen Elizabeth II was interested in Middleton when was still dating Prince William. According to an insider, the Queen asked someone what Middleton does because she was always partying. She also travels to Mustique often that she was dubbed “Queen of Mustique.”

According to an insider, the Queen didn’t like Middleton’s lifestyle because she had no full-time work. In addition, the monarch found her “frivolous displays of wealth unpalatable.”

Middleton was reportedly “super hurt” with the Queen’s comments. However, that motivated her to change and she eventually changed the Queen’s mind about her. At present Middleton has done more than enough to prove herself to the Queen.

Middleton is now regarded as the “Queen of people’s heart” for her charitable works and hands-on personality. Before, the title was used for Princess Diana.

Prince William and Middleton are set to attend the King’s Cup regatta on Aug. 9 at the Isle of Wight. They will be competing at the inaugural boat racing event intended to raise fund for eight charities.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be teaming up with a number of celebrities for the event. Prince William will be joined by English soccer player Fara William for Centrepoint, historian Dan Snow representing London’s Air Ambulance Charity and TV personality Bear Grylls for Tusk. Prince William, himself, will compete on behalf of Child Bereavement UK.

On the other hand, Middleton’s team members include comedian John Bishop to represent Action on Addiction, BBC Radio 1 presenter Katie Thistleton for Place2Be and professional rower Helen Glover to represent Anna Freud National Centre. The Duchess of Cambridge will compete on behalf of The Royal Foundation.

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