Kate Middleton’s private date with George, Charlotte and Louis at Chelsea Flower Show

Young royals reportedly enjoyed visiting mum Kate’s Chelsea Flower Show garden so much that they asked if they could go back again – looks hilarious

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Kate Middleton’s children visit Chelsea Flower Show gardens in 2019

member royal family visited Chelsea Flower Show The Sunday (May 22) before the official opening to the public on Monday.

The royal family traditionally tours Chelsea’s gardens, and this year, the Queen took part despite her mobility issues – opting for an off-road vehicle for her comfort.

She smiled and looked like a pink apparition as she was escorted around the expansive garden.

But, do you remember Kate Middleton herself designing a gorgeous garden for the show in 2019?

According to behind-the-scenes sources, the Duchess of Cambridge was nervous as she waited for her grandmother, the Queen, to be there to watch her work.

‘Back to nature’ garden aims to get kids back outdoors
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She even prepared for the Queen’s arrival by stuffing some rogue branches in her handbag so everything would be perfect – how cute!

Kate’s “Back to Nature” garden was inspired by her childhood. It includes a hand-built tree house and a rope swing. It even featured the late Princess Diana’s favorite flower, “forget-me-nots.”

It also has a waterfall, a country hut and a campfire, as well as tree stumps, stepping stones and hollow logs for the children to play.

Princess Charlotte is having fun in the garden her mum designed and helped create
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The Queen seems to enjoy the garden and has enjoyed a meal with some of the smaller royals.

Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis had so much fun on their first visit to Kate’s Chelsea Flower Show garden that they went back for a second private visit.

After begging mum to come back, they were allowed to play in an enclosed area of ​​Kate’s exhibit – we can’t say we blame them, it looked fun.

Prince Louis and mum Kate Middleton design gorgeous garden
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The prince and princess roamed the fair for about half an hour and visited other gardens at the fair, and the public was not allowed in until 8am, with some queuing for hours to wander around the gorgeous gardens.

Kate said her creations aim to raise awareness of the physical and mental benefits of being in nature, which is more important than ever as fewer children are choosing to play outdoors with the popularity of video games.

The Duke has also been found to enjoy swinging — well, age is just a number.

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Prince George has commented on the return to nature garden, and after his father asked him what he thought of it, a proud George gave it a brilliant score of “twenty”.

The Duchess of Cambridge told BBC The tech-obsessed youngsters “missed it out”, adding that her children were dragged outside to play, “rain or shine”.

It was revealed that the Duchess was involved in every stage of the design – including the arduous gardening work. A truly down-to-earth Duchess.

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