Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton's essential items surprisingly don't include cellphones and credit cards. Pictured: Middleton visits a UCL Developmental Neuroscience Lab on Nov. 21, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Arthur Edwards

Kate Middleton always brings her essentials in her purse, but the items she finds necessary for daily use surprisingly don't include what you'd expect.

Royals are often seen bringing a small purse whenever they are out and about. While most tend to bring a number of things that they never use, the Duchess of Cambridge is very picky when it comes to what she puts in her purse.

According to Marcia Moody, Middleton only brings a "compact mirror, blotting paper, a handkerchief and lip balm." Surprisingly, Middleton does not bring cash, credit cards and a cellphone.

Middleton not bringing a cellphone may not come as a surprise to some. According to Amanda Mitchell, the "royals are basically the only people on Earth not constantly tapping their keyboards." In fact, it is unlikely for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to give their children iPads.

"I saw that my friends and peers were worried about the risks of the very powerful tools we were putting in our children's hands," Prince William said in a speech for Anti-Bullying Week about gadgets and the dangers lurking behind the screen.

"For too many families, phones and social media shattered the sanctity and protection of the home," the duke continued. "As we grappled with this, we felt a distinct absence of guidance. Should we read our children's messages? Should we allow them to have phones and tablets in their rooms? Who do we report bullying to? We were making up the rules as we went along."

Prince Charles and Princess Anne are also not fans of gadgets. According to BBC's documentary "Prince, Son, and Heir: Charles at 70," the future prince is trying to find a way to completely give up taking selfies with his supporters.

"He gets irritated by people poking their phones at them. I heard him tell people, 'I'm trying to give up selfies.' He wants to meet people, and it irritates him getting a camera shoved in his face," John Bridcut said.

As for the Royal Princess, "phones are bad enough, but the iPads - you can't even see their heads." Princess Anne previously said that she doesn't want to entertain people unless they put their phones down.

"It is weird. People don't believe they've experienced the event unless they've taken a photograph," Princess Anne added.