Inside Chelsea Flower Show: Prince Louis At Play; Kate Middleton Turns Guide For The Queen
Royal Connect With Nature
Sunday afternoon offered the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, a chance to connect with nature. The royal couple, accompanied by their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis visited the RHS Back to Nature Garden at this year's Chelsea Flower Show in London. The garden is a woodland setting which offers people a chance to connect with nature.
Today, the royal couple welcomed Queen Elizabeth II and showed her around the exhibit, designed by landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White and co-designed by the duchess herself.
Here's a sneak peek into some of the most adorable moments from the royal family's day out.
Like Mother, Like Son
Kate Middleton guided her children around the garden. Donning a subtle printed dress, the Duchess of Cambridge and mother of three was clicked with her youngest child, Prince Louis.
My Turn To Take A Swing
Princess Charlotte was clicked enjoying a ride on the swing.
The four-year-old daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twinned with mother Kate in a printed dress.
Stop, And Smell The Flowers
Other than the royals, many Londoners also attended the Chelsea Flower Show. World-renowned and quintessentially British, this annual show is a celebration of horticultural excellence and innovation.
Back To Childhood
Duchess Kate Middleton, co-designer of Back to Nature garden, lived her childhood moment while exploring her garden.
The royal mother of three, dressed in a simple shirt and a pair of blue jeans, was spotted enjoying a ride on a swing hanging below the tree house.
Up The Tree House
One of the highlights of the place was the tree house in Kate Middleton's garden. Visitors had to take a wooden staircase to reach the top.
Duchess Kate, too, followed the same path. She seemed to climb the tree house with much ease, thanks to the sneakers she was wearing.
A day after enjoying some family time in the garden, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed the Queen to take a tour of the garden. The royal couple turned tour guides and were captured showing her around.