The Queen Visits the Duchess of Cambridge at the Chelsea Flower Show

Oscar Cross
May 25, 2019

Kensington Palace released a series of photos and short videos from the family's time at the Back to Nature garden on Instagram and Twitter-including an appearance from Queen Elizabeth II, who was given a tour of the garden by Middleton.

"I love Prince George's reaction and rating but I think I love seeing Prince William having a little fun swinging around more", another wrote.

The Duchess designed the garden with landscape architects Andree Davis and Adam White, as well as the UK's Royal Horticultural Society.

Even the Queen herself has a few nicknames, mainly from her husband Prince Philip.

They took a look around the RHS Back to Nature Garden, which was designed by the Duchess, along with award-winning landscape architects.

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The 5-year-old started talking to the woman while stroking her dog after playing with his younger sister, Charlotte, in a stream.


Kate looked regal in a light pink coat dress by Alexander McQueen, which she paired with a matching Juliette Botterill fascinator and blush heels.

And one Instagram user wrote: "I hear the end of the question "Have you been on it?' With us hearing the 'been on it" part".

The royal children weren't the only ones to enjoy the new space created by Kate with the Queen carrying out her annual visit to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Monday afternoon.

In a statement, Kate said, "In recent years I have focused much of my work on the early years, and how instrumental they are for outcomes later in life".

In preparation for its unveiling, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have been assisting The Duchess with gathering moss and twigs to decorate the garden. The Duchess, also, believes that spending time outdoors and enjoying the beauty of nature and the environment have a positive impact on child development.

"I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for the young kiddies".

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