Kate Middleton and her young daughter, Princess Charlotte, have lives that we can only imagine in our wildest dreams. They are allowed to live in a palace, attend special events, ride in luxury cars and horse drawn carriages and have an incredibly huge fanbase.
Taking all this into account, it seems that Duchess Kate and Princess Charlotte definitely have everything, and in some ways they do. Being royal is something that few people in the world get to experience, and most fans often wonder what it feels like to be part of the world's most famous family.
The Royal is a pretty exciting bunch – we have to admit it! Most everything they do makes headlines and fans line up in the streets just to get a quick glimpse of them.
In addition to all this, they have the honor of using special titles. Most family members are known as princes, princesses, dukes and dukes, depending on how far they are from taking the throne. In a family that really has almost everything, we can't help but wonder: what is it that Princess Charlotte has as her mother, Duchess Kate, doesn't?
The British line of inheritance can be confusing  Although we all know that Queen Elizabeth is the current governing monarch, we must say that the line for inheritance is a bit confused. It used to be that Prince Charles was next in line, then Prince William, and after him, Prince Harry.
Since Prince Charles is the oldest of all his siblings, and so is Prince William, their positions did not change. When Duchess Kate and Prince William had children, Prince Harry returned to the 6th row.
If the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have more children, or when Prince George has his own children, Prince Harry will be pushed back further. The positions are constantly changing for family members, and those who are in direct succession are only Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.
Is Kate Middleton a future queen?
As the future king's wife, Duchess Kate will not be a ruling monarch. Instead, she will have the title of either princess or queen consort.
What does it mean to be a governing consort? According to Quora, it just means that you are married to the person who actually took the throne. Either way, it's an honor, and we have to say that Duchess Kate is perfect for the future role.
Before that happens, however, Camilla Parker-Bowles will be queen or princess consort, given that Prince Charles is next in line to become king.
What is it that Princess Charlotte has that Kate Middleton does not have?
With all the wonderful things that Middleton has happened in her life, what is one thing her daughter has that she does not? The answer is simple: Charlotte has royal blood.
While Duchess Kate is very much a family member, she is not a direct descendant of the queen, and therefore not in the royal bloodline. While the Duchess of Cambridge could only ever be a princess or queen consort, Princess Charlotte would be a queen regent because she has a blood connection to the family.
So will Charlotte ever be queen? According to Romper, she could, but that's not likely. Since her older brother, Prince George, will be king after Prince William's death, the only way Princess Charlotte ever takes the British throne is if something terrible would happen to Prince George either before she became king or before she had children, in which case she would take the throne as a true queen. The only other scenario is whether Prince George would abdicate the throne.