Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge, showed her thoughts at her first royal visit with Her Majesty. The two royal men met technical experts and students at King's College in London on Tuesday to open new learning and teaching resources. They looked at robots involved and met students from an institution which was set up to encourage entrepreneurial thinking. Kate, with three children, showed a particular interest in a smart app called Shortly. The software allows people to read short stories depending on the time they travel when they are traveling.
But what was her big idea?
The Duchess talked innovatively with the app for their creator Munye Qasim, who was 22 years old before she set about breaking light herself.
Kate said: “Oh, it would be fantastic for the players when he is sleeping.
“Especially for tired parents who want their children to sleep. ”
Mr Munye explained how Prince William's wife praised the app for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
He said: "She said she thought it would be good for her children to sleep before they went to sleep."
The creator said that he had been encouraged by Kate's suggestion that he is now thinking about adding specific stories to the app.
The Queen and Kate made the first conversation together, nine months after Meghan Markle was published separately with Her Majesty.
Duchess of Sussex visited Cheshire with the Queen to open the Gateway Mersey Bridge and the Storehouse Chester Theater last June.
Meghan attended the event just a month after Prince Harry was married at Windsor Castle.
In contrast, Kate and The Queen have attended many royal events along with other members of the monarchy.
In 2014 Kate was appointed president of a monarch when she spent the night celebrating the UK's dramatic arts at Buckingham Palace.
She also began with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh in 2012 to start the Queen's Jubilee tour in Leicester.
And the Queen looked at Kate's wedding dress with her for a private tour in Buckingham Palace ahead of her wedding to William in 2011.
Yesterday, they looked as if the company had a lot in the company as they admired the views at London.
Kate was heard saying the city was "impressive".
The Queen also spent part of her visit to publish a plaque to officially open Bush House, a new series of lecture series and classrooms.