Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton received mixed reactions from royal fans after her recent engagement in her pink Gucci dress. Pictured: Middleton patron of 100 Women in Finance's Philanthropic Initiatives, delivers a speech at a Gala Dinner in aid of ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum on February 13, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson-WPA Pool

Kate Middleton recently stunned in her pink gown at a gala dinner on Wednesday, and this led some royal fans to say that she should already be named Queen.

After seeing the Duchess of Cambridge at the event in aid of Mentally Healthy Schools wearing her pricey pink Gucci gown, some royal fans took their thoughts to Twitter to praise her.

“Ugh… can Kate just be Queen already? Love her, love the dress,” one person tweeted.

Another person called Middleton the future Queen. And one royal fan said that the United Kingdom would be blessed to have a Queen like her.

“Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is an incredible woman and the UK is blessed to have a future Queen with such compassion, grace, and poise… She is incredibly beautiful inside and out,” the fan tweeted.

However, there were also some people that criticized Middleton and said that she shouldn’t be praised for the way she looked that night because she used the same speech twice in one day.

On Wednesday night, Middleton spoke at a 100 Women Finance’s gala dinner in aid of the work that Heads Together has done for mental health in schools. She also talked about her ongoing work to support parents, carers, and teachers.

Middleton arrived at the V&A Museum London by herself and was not accompanied by Prince William. The Duke of Cambridge visited The Passage and was named as patron of the charity. Kensington Palace released a throwback photo of the future King with Princess Diana and Prince Harry during their first visit to The Passage in 1993.

The Passage is the UK’s largest resource center for homeless and insecurely housed people. While at the charity, Prince William also spent some time in the kitchen preparing spaghetti Bolognese for the charity’s lunch service. According to the palace, eight to 10 people support Head Chef Nour Shab at the charity’s kitchen every day.