Tonight, the Duchess of Cambridge attended the UK premiere of "A Street Cat Named Bob," starring Joanne Froggatt ("Downton Abbey"), Anthony Head ("Buffy The Vampire Slayer") and Bob the Cat.
The premiere was put on in support of Action on Addiction, a substance abuse charity of which Catherine is patron. Prior to the red carpet occasion, Catherine met privately with people who made films documenting their recovery.
Catherine was introduced to the film's star, Bob, and while she was scratching his ear, she couldn't help but wonder aloud, "Is that purring or growling?"
Bob's owner, James, wasn't certain what he was hearing. "I'm not sure if that's purring or growling," he admitted, according to the Daily Mail.
Let's not scratch up the future queen, Bob.
James is the author of the New York Times bestseller, which was then made into a major motion picture.
James was a homeless addict living on the streets when he rescued Bob.
"He came and asked me for help, and he needed me more than I needed to abuse my own body," he said of his 11-year-old cat.
"He is what I wake up for every day now... he's definitely given me the right direction to live my life."
Catherine wore a pleated crochet floral maxi dress by Self Portrait ($398), which she paired with burgundy Gianvitto Rossi heels, a Mulberry clutch, Oscar de la Renta earrings and a poppy appeal pin.
A gust of win blew the dress slit open a bit to show off Catherine's enviable gams, reminding one to put down the grilled cheese and get on the nearest treadmill.
Every November, royal family and public officials don a poppy pin, a symbol of remembrance for those who fought in a war.
The second Sunday of the month is known as Remembrance Sunday; people in the United Kingdom and across the Commonwealth take part in a solemn ceremony which honors those who lost their lives in combat.