‘I think Mummy’s done well!’ Adorable Prince George is full of praise for his mother Kate’s Chelsea Flower Show garden, scoring it an ‘amazing’ 20 out of 10
- Prince George, five, gave his mother’s Back To Nature garden seal of approval
- When asked to score it by father Prince William he quickly replied ’20 out of 10′
- William, 36, declared ‘Mummy’s done well’ before jumping on the swing himself
The Duchess of Cambridge has received the highest praise for her Chelsea Flower Show garden yet – and it came from her five-year-old son.
In an adorable video shared by Kensington Palace on Twitter, Prince George is seen playing with the swing in his mother’s garden and chatting with his dad, Prince William.
When asked by his proud father to score the Back To Nature garden out of ten, the youngster did not hesitate to give it ‘twenty’.
Prince William, who appears pleased with the answer, laughs and replies: ‘Twenty! That’s pretty good. I think Mummy’s done well.’
Prince George, five, pictured enjoying the rope swing, scored his mother’s Back To Nature garden an impressive ’20 out of 10′ during his visit to the space on Sunday
A barefoot George and Charlotte were seen dangling their legs over a stream in the pictures released by Kensington Palace on Sunday night
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Kate and William enjoyed a family day out with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at the Duchess of Cambridge’s garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show this weekend.
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The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, is then seen bending down as she plays with one-year-old Prince Louis and exclaims: ‘How amazing is that?’
At the end of the short clip, which was filmed at the family’s visit to the garden yesterday, Prince William asks his children ‘to give me a push’ on the swing.
The camera then shows the father-of-three grinning, clearly enjoying himself, as Princess Charlotte runs towards him.
During the visit to the garden yesterday, a barefoot George and Charlotte were seen dangling their legs over a stream, while an excited Louis ran along a wooden path carrying a branch as the Duke of Cambridge looked on smiling.
In an adorable clip shared by Kensington Palace Kate is seen playing with Prince Louis and exclaims ‘how amazing is that?’ after George gives the garden his seal of approval
Prince William is also seen enjoying himself in the outdoor space and having a go on the swing in the short video
The Duke of Cambridge helped Prince Louis, one, sit on a rope swing during the family visit to the Chelsea Flower Show garden at the weekend
Four-year-old Charlotte, dressed in a floral frock, and one-year-old Louis, wearing shorts and a cardigan, could also be seen trying out a swing seat.
Meanwhile Five-year-old George was seen adventurously clambering across the stream.
After the visit Kate admitted that the way they interacted with the space took her by surprise. She said: ‘The children played last night in a way I hadn’t imagined.
‘They were throwing stones.I hadn’t actually thought that that was what they would be doing.
‘They kicked their shoes off, and wanted to paddle in the stream… using it in a way that I hadn’t anticipated.’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children during a sneak peek of Kate’s stunning garden at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show
The Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Louis in the Adam White and Andree Davies co-designed ‘Back to Nature’ garden ahead of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London
The Duchess of Cambridge also got a seal of approval from the Queen, after she proudly showed her around the space this evening.
The Duchess had consulted the Queen on her Chelsea garden – and included some of Her Majesty’s favourite childhood memories in its planting.
There were carrots and beetroot that the Queen remembers planting as a child with her sister Margaret, and a waterfall in tribute to the one she loves at her Norfolk home Sandringham.
The waterfall was known as ‘the nest’ by royal children and Kate also included a nest of twigs to echo that.
Kate, pictured with Prince William, stunned in an Erdem dress maxi dress during an evening visit to the Chelsea Flower Show in London tonight
The Queen observed the Duchess of Cambridge’s handiwork in her garden which is intended to resemble a woodland to inspired families and kids to get outside and enjoy nature
The Cambridge children have been sailing on the lake at Sandringham – also thought to be part of Kate’s inspiration.
As she was smiling and glancing at the RHS’ Back To Nature garden this evening, the Queen remarked: ‘It’s very tidy’. And in actual fact, she was spot on.
Before the Queen arrived, Kate – in a monochrome dress by Erdem – inspected her garden, picking up stray leaves and twigs – stuffing them into her designer handbag as she had nowhere to else to put them.
The RHS Back to Nature Garden, designed by Kate with landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White, is a woodland setting for families and communities to connect with nature.
An excited Prince Louis ran along a wooden path carrying a branch as the Duke of Cambridge looked on smiling at Kate’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden
Princess Charlotte swinging on a rope swing during a family visit to The Duchess of Cambridge ‘Back to Nature’ Garden co-designed with Adam White and Andree Davies
Kate’s garden aims to highlight the benefits the natural world brings to mental and physical well-being.
The Duchess has made ‘early years’ intervention one of the cornerstones of her work after seeing how so many problems faced by adults she has met – such as mental health issues, addiction and social exclusion – stem from their childhood.
She and her co-designers were keen to recreate memories, such as wild bluebells, from her childhood.
In an interview with gardener Monty Don for the BBC, to be broadcast tonight, Kate says: ‘I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for young children.
‘I really hope that this woodland that we have created inspires families, kids and communities to get outside, enjoy nature and the outdoors, and spend quality time together.’
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