Royals visit Duchess of Cambridge’s garden at Chelsea Flower Show

  May 20, 2019 at 3:32 pm by

The Duchess of Cambridge‘s “Back to Nature” garden was visited by various members of the royal family during their annual visit to the opening of the Chelsea Flower Show.

On May 19, a series of photos were released of the Cambridge family enjoying Kate’s garden, which has been designed to bring young families together and enjoy more time outdoors, which is important for the wellbeing and development of young children.

According to reports, when the Queen came to see her granddaughter in-law’s garden, Kate stated that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had collected sticks and pine cones from Anmer, the family’s Norfolk residence, to build the teepee with. Kate also said that she was inspired to include a waterfall pond in the garden after she had been on sailing trips with her family on the lake in Sandringham.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex, Princess Beatrice of York and Prince and Princess Michael as well as the Duke of Cambridge all visited Kate’s garden on May 20, where Beatrice was seen snapping pictures of the flowers on her phone.

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2 Responses to Royals visit Duchess of Cambridge’s garden at Chelsea Flower Show

  1. Alexandra Romanov Cuco says:


  2. Reeves says:

    Lovey day for the Duchess and her family.

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