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Rare Soundbite: What Does Duchess Kate's Voice Sound Like?

Hearing a rare clip of her speaking wasn't the only unusual thing about the evening.
IMAGE Courtesy of the Kensington Palace
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There are literally millions in the world who'd be thrilled to meet the Duchess of Cambridge, mother to the cutest royal children in the world. Bob the Cat, however, is pretty indifferent.

Kate attended the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob, a movie based on the best-selling book about James Bowen, a recovering drug addict whose life turned around after meeting a stray ginger cat. Bob, diva that he is, played himself in the movie.

When the cat granted Kate a VIP meeting, however, he wasn't feeling it.

But aside from the feline indifference, a video from Kensington Royal caught our eye for a different reason-it's a rare chance to hear the Duchess of Cambridge speak. For someone whose image is so widespread, we've only heard her voice handful of times.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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