02/06/2014 11:56 EST

Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge, Is Becoming An Author

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NEWCASTLE, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 13: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits a community garden project at Elswick Park on October 10, 2012 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)

By May 2014, Kate Middleton will be a published author.

The Duchess Of Cambridge's first piece of public writing, a foreward, will appear in a collection of pieces written by wives of Royal Air Force soldiers called Living in the Slipstream: Life as a RAF Wife, according to Marie Claire. And while we were all hoping for something a little more candid and personal about her own life, Middleton's first attempt at the written word should be just as inspiring.

"These women reveal, in their authentic voices and colourful portraits, what life as an RAF wife is really life," noted a press release. "When a whole family can be required to up-stricks and move with almost no notice, when rank pulls favour even at home, and when things go comically wrong during a royal visit."

Though known primarily as a royal, many forget Kate is not only a military wife, but also has flying in her blood. According to New York Magazine, her grandfather was a pilot, her dad was a dispatcher at an airport and her mom was a stewardess. And we can't forget that time she also took flying lessons.

Now she can also add author to her resume, just like her sister Pippa, who wrote her own book about hosting successful parties and making mouth-watering recipes in 2012.

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