Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly reprimanded Kate Middleton multiple times over her choice of clothes. A royal expert discussed in detail what exactly about the Duchess of Cambridge’s clothes that Her Majesty doesn’t approve of.

Celebrity journalist Ashley Pearson told Quest Red that Kate has to follow stricter rules when it comes to the clothes that she wears in public compared to Meghan Markle. This is because the mom of three will one day become queen or queen consort.

“Kate Middleton has a whole other set of rules and restrictions because she’s going to be Queen,” she said. “She and Meghan are not on the same page … Kate Middleton has to wear skirts at a certain length,” she added.

According to Pearson, the monarch regularly sends Kate notes when she doesn’t like a certain hem, a certain outfit or a certain color that the Duchess of Cambridge wears while in public. Kate is believed to take the Queen’s notes seriously.

In related news, the Duchess of Cambridge also made headlines this week after rumors swirled that she could be pregnant with her and Prince William’s fourth child. During her trip to Northern Ireland, Kate told royal fans that she was feeling broody at the sight of a 5-month-old baby named James Barr.

Royal fans asked Kate if her statement meant that she would like to have a fourth child anytime soon. But her response confirmed that she and the Duke of Cambridge may not be trying for another child. “I think William would be a little worried,” Kate told royal fans.

Throughout all three of her pregnancies, Kate suffered from an extreme case of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum. As such, her health could be at risk while she’s pregnant.

Additionally, Kate and Prince William just welcomed their third child, Prince Louis, on April 23, 2018. This means that Prince Louis has not even turned 1 year old yet. Kate usually waits two to three years to have a baby. For instance, she gave birth to Prince George in 2013, Princess Charlotte in 2015 and Prince Louis last year.

Kate Middleton Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits the Scouts’ headquarters at Gilwell Park to learn more about the organisation’s new pilot to bring Scouting to younger children. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland - WPA Pool