The Royal Family at the Chelsea Flower Show - the photos

Brenda Watkins
May 22, 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge showed The Queen around the "Back to Nature" themed garden she designed, where the Cambridge children spent time playing Sunday before the garden officially opened to the public. But, true royal fans were quick to note that they've seen those shorts before.

Charlotte's sass is definitely a highlight whenever it comes out but it didn't stop all five of the royal family members to take in the moment and have a great time during their recent outing.

The Back to Nature garden was co-designed by Kate and inspired by childhood memories and families.

Princess Charlotte made sure everyone knew who was in charge when she adorably urged her older brother Prince George to hurry up while they walked and played in their mom Kate Middleton's new garden.

Kate Middleton often takes official photos of her children as she has a keen interest in photography with Kensington Palace previously releasing images of Prince George and Princess Charlotte after their birthdays.

The Duchess of Cambridge proudly showed the Queen around her Chelsea Flower Show garden she co-designed with landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White on Monday night.

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The garden, which includes a campfire, tree house and rope swing, was rated "20 out of 10" by her son Prince George. "I love the smell of the smoke", she said.

Her Majesty was quoted by former royal butler Paul Burrell, who also reported that the Queen told Diana: "Whatever may transpire in the future, nothing will change the fact that that you are the mother of both William and Harry".

It is meant to highlight the benefits of the great outdoors to young people, and was designed by Kate and landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White of Davies White Landscape Architects.

Kate, wife of Prince William, is a strong advocate in the mental and physical benefits that nature and the outdoors have on children and adults.

Later, the Duke and Duchess showed off the garden to the Queen.

"I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for the young kiddies". Hazel sticks collected by the family were also used to make the garden's den.

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