The Duchess of Cambridge, an avid nature lover and believer in the notion of connecting with nature gave her family the first glimpse into the garden that she had been developing along with the Royal Horticultural Society. The visit, just ahead of the much awaited Chelsea Flower Show, saw little Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis romping around in delight at the landscaped garden. The picture shared by the Royal Family showed the Duke of Cambridge looking affectionately at the antics of the little Prince. The Duke and Duchess looked very pleased while being amidst the serene landscape.
Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge is a strong votary of the proven benefits of staying outdoors, especially on the physical and mental health of individuals. According to her, nature and the environment have umpteen benefits for the development of children.
The Back to Nature Garden has been jointly designed by the Duchess in association with award winning architects Adam White and Andree Davies. The Garden will work as a woodland setting for communities to connect with nature. The pictures of the Royal Family enjoying themselves in the garden were taken by Matt Porteous. Interestingly, the little Prince and Princesses have helped the Duchess by collecting twigs, leaves, and moss from their Norfolk home at Anmer Hall to decorate the garden.