Is it National Have A Pop At Kate Month? Because comedian Sandi Toksvig has weighed in with her thoughts: “Kate Middleton is not enough for me. We used to admire women who got their place in life through marriage and having children, but I like to think we've grown up a bit.
“I can't think of a single opinion she holds - it's very Jane Austen.”
While she’s not a fan of poor preggers Kate, Sandi is quite keen on our other national treasure, Cheryl Cole saying: “Cheryl Cole is one of the few incredibly famous people who still seems to say what they think.
“I really like that, plus I do fancy her quite a bit.”
Should the two meet maybe they could bond over this? Kate is said to have dressed as Cheryl Cole for her Hen Night and sang a stunning rendition of Fight For This Love.
Last month author Hilary Mantel described Kate as being a "machine-made" princess, like a “jointed doll” and "designed by committee" causing Prime Minister David Cameron to jump to her defence saying “What I’ve seen of Princess Kate at public events, at the Olympics and elsewhere is someone who’s bright, engaging, a fantastic ambassador for Britain.”