The whole world might obsess over Kate Middleton, but according to a recent survey, she's not the most popular royal in Britain.
The Duchess of Cambridge was only able to bag fourth place while her husband Prince William took the top spot.
The survey, conducted by King's College London and Ipsos MORI, saw the future King get 63 per cent of the vote with his younger brother, Prince Harry, coming in two places behind.
After her Diamond Jubilee the Queen was named the second most popular royal in the poll.
Kate Middleton received an impressive quarter of the votes while Camilla Parker-Bowles only got two per cent.
The results hint that we'd like William and Kate take to the throne soon.
King's College professor of public opinion and political analyst Roger Mortimore said, "A lot of people would like the idea of William succeeding straight away. He is young and good-looking and popular.
"Young people can see something of themselves in William and Kate. They can see the monarchy looking more modern than it did beforehand."
We were a bit surprised by this result but we do love Wills!
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