Kate Middleton’s speeches and public appearances have improved tremendously compared to the first time that she joined the royal family. But, an expert said that the Duchess of Cambridge may be regarded as authentic if she will do one thing.

While speaking with Express, James Bryce, the CEO of Gweek, said that if Prince William’s wife will stop reading her speeches off of a script, she would come across as full and authentic. Bryce said that, whenever the mom of three is holding a script, she faces an obstacle because she becomes more focused on the script than what she is saying.

“Her eye contact goes down at the end of each phrase,” Bryce said. “There is no evidence of extensive training showing itself here, and it comes across as more of a reading exercise as opposed to speaking,” he added.

But, Bryce also praised the future Queen for her thinking and speaking process because she is able to stay in her comfort zone. Kate Middleton is not the type of person to over-talk, and she also speaks efficiently and on point most of the time.

“Most of the time she speaks efficiently and on-point. There are occasional ‘you know' and hesitations, but they don’t detract from her overall messaging. If anything, the listener may want to see and hear more from her, to get more glimpses of who she is. She is authentic but perhaps staying very much on point. There is not much evidence of formal training here,” he said.

Meghan Markle’s speech, on the other hand, seems intelligent and on point even though she is holding a script. But, it is important to note that this may be due in part to the fact that the Duchess of Sussex worked as an actress in Hollywood before she married Prince Harry.

“Here, she is commanding the script. Meghan, and not the script, is leading the event. We can see this from how she speaks firmly but naturally, managing her speech rate well. She communicates in small, natural-sounding chunks of speech, allowing emotions to shine through her pitch. It presents us with an authentic version of Meghan,” Bryce said.

kate-middleton meghan-markle Pictured: Markle and Middleton after attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 11, 2019 in London. Getty Images/Kirsty Wigglesworth