Kate Middleton has reportedly become more relaxed and open as she prepares to become queen consort.

A source told People that the Duchess of Cambridge is finding her voice and growing in confidence as her husband, Prince William, prepares to take over the throne.

“She is now more open with what she wants to say, and funnily enough, she is more relaxed as well. She is an adoring mother, and she is contributing publicly in the way we would want her to… You see it more and more… The young student has turned into our future Queen,” the source said.

Earlier this week, the mom of three also made headlines after she launched the permanent opening of her Back to the Nature play garden in the hopes that it will encourage families to have fun together.

Middleton spoke confidently in front of the guests at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden Wisley in Surrey. While there, Middleton talked about her experiences as a parent to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

“As a parent, I have learned just how important it is to foster our children’s development, in all areas, not just physical, as soon as they are born. We build the blocks, the foundations for future success and happiness later in their lives… These relationships, however, stretch far beyond the crucial one that a parent or carer has with its child,” she said.

This wasn’t the first time that Middleton promoted the importance of providing support for children, especially in their early years. She has been doing the same thing for years.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge also made headlines this week amid rumors that she’s pregnant with her fourth child. Prince William’s wife reportedly felt broody while at the launch of her garden. While there, Kate was seen hanging out and laughing with her young guests.

There are also rumors suggesting that Middleton is pregnant with twin girls.

Kate Middleton More ‘Open, Relaxed’ As She Prepares To Become Queen Consort Kate Middleton arrives to launch a new national support line at the charity family Action on Jan. 22, 2019 in Lewisham, England.  photo: Getty images/Adrian Dennis