It’s been a wild month for the Royals.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a week-long trip to India and Bhutan, The Queen celebrated her 90th birthday with a series of too-cute shots with her beloved corgis, heir to the throne, Prince George met Barack Obama in a robe and younger sister Princess Charlotte celebrated her first birthday.
Oh, and Kate Middleton landed her first British Vogue cover.
The cover, and two images were released in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery to celebrate Vogue’s centenary issue, and according to Editor Alexandra Shulman, the Duchess arrived in hair rollers.
“Kate joked about ‘how she must have appeared to anyone who saw her driving in the car in her rollers’,” The Daily Mail reported.
Middleton’s shoot is a stark contrast to many celebrities before her. Instead of playing dress ups in elaborate gowns, the 34-year-old chose to wear her hair in her signature blow-out, with minimal makeup, in every day (albeit high-end) clothes in a location she feels her most comfortable.