Kate Middleton Had a Rare Emotional Moment With Prince William

We almost never see the Cambridges discuss their relationship in public.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, despite being married for almost ten years and sharing three children, tend to keep it strictly business while carrying out royal duties (which, for now, are mostly taking place over Zoom). But in a recent chat with a group of fellow parents, the Duchess of Cambridge made a sweet comment about her husband while discussing life in lockdown.

During the conversation, the group were asked by principal Melissa Loosemore to write down how they'd rate their own math ability (seeing as they're now homeschooling their children); Kate jokily scored herself as a "minus 5."

Next, the Duchess and three other parents were asked to write down the name of the person who had been their biggest support throughout lockdown—and here's where they lovely, rare PDA comes in—and Kate wrote in her neat, cursive handwriting "William." D'aww. Good to hear they're a solid team throughout this incredibly tough time!

As the conversation moved on, everyone was asked how they had found the third lockdown in the U.K., and Kate penned "exhausting" as her answer.

Kate shared that not only has she become a teacher to her little ones, but a hairdresser too, laughing that it was much to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis's dismay. "I've become a hairdresser this lockdown, much to my children's horror, seeing mum cutting hair," the Duchess said. "We've had to become a teacher—and I think, personally, I feel pulled in so many different directions and you try your best with everything, but at the end of the day I do feel exhausted."