Kate Middleton just revealed her favorite emojis when she flashed her iPhone during a Q&A session on Instagram.

Now, In Touch Weekly is speculating on what each of her favorite emojis means.

In its Dec. 21 issue, the tabloid claimed that Middleton loves to use the wind gust emoji since it comes in handy when Prince Charles gives long and boring speeches.

The Duchess of Cambridge could’ve also hinted that she’s pregnant because she loves using the two girls holding hands emoji.

However, the tabloid also said that it’s possible Middleton uses the emoji when chatting with her younger sister, Pippa Middleton.

Middleton also loves to use the swearing face emoji, and the tabloid said that it’s shocking to know that Prince William’s wife has a foul mouth.

The future queen consort also uses the vomiting face emoji, which, allegedly, reflects her disgust towards Prince Andrew or Meghan Markle.

Middleton also uses the alien monster emoji, which could suggest that Prince William is spending so much time on his Xbox.

The Duchess of Cambridge was also spotted with the woman bowing emoji. And the tabloid alleged that this is her way of gossiping about Queen Elizabeth.

Middleton also used a pineapple emoji, which could suggest that she’s looking forward to having a tropical vacation with her family.

And her use of sliced cucumbers is seemingly a nod to her love for healthy eating.

However, it is important to note that the tabloid is just speculating on what each of Middleton’s favorite emojis means.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she’s not the most popular member of the royal family according to a poll.

In a survey conducted by OnBuy, 14.5 percent of the respondents chose Markle as the more popular former member of the royal family.

The Duchess of Sussex didn’t just surpass Middleton in terms of popularity, but she is also more popular than the queen.

Middleton ranked second in the poll with 14.4 percent of the votes. And the queen ranked third with 14.3 percent of the votes.

Prince Harry’s popularity dropped considerably after he quit his royal duties in January. And he ranked fourth in the poll with 14.2 percent of the votes.

The poll didn’t reveal the ranking of the other members of the royal family like Prince William, Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, and Princess Anne.