While Kate Middleton may be the Duchess of Cambridge, the most perfect pregnant woman ever and the wife of Prince William, the stunning royal proved that she is indeed human—and even has sassy side!—during a charity event in Harlem on Monday. 

The 32-year-old expectant mom, who recently completed her whirlwind trip to NYC with her husband, visited the Northside Center for Child Development, where she spent a moment at the gift-wrapping station, pristinely packaging a present while dressed in a classy black coat. 

Sounds pretty harmless, right? Well, that was until Kate got her taste of New York 'tude. 

As seen in the viral video, a woman can be heard telling Middleton (in a rather obnoxious tone) to "keep wrapping!" at which point the always-classy royal seriously rolls her eyes...and it's absolutely amazing. 

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Kate Middleton, Eye Roll

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Although clearly peeved by the New Yorker's comment, Middleton apparently let it slide, but she didn't hold back with her cheeky reaction, and—dare we say—showed off a glimpse of her bitchy side. (Of course, we mean that in the very best way possible. We adore the Duchess.)

The fact that this is the first time we've seen this epic eye roll makes the clip that much better, and we can't help but wonder if the telling move has even been used on her hubby when Middleton finds herself in a mood. 

During Will and Kate's visit to New York, the couple also attended the Brooklyn Nets basketball game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, where they not only rubbed elbows with LeBron James (who gifted the soon-to-be parents of two a tiny Cavs jersey for Prince George), but also chatted with Beyoncé and Jay-Z

And while we thought Middleton's conversation with Queen B was the highlight of the couple's visit to the United States (at least, by our standards), we must say that the royal eye roll totally takes the cake. 

Bow down, bitches (to Kate!), indeed. 

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