Kate Middleton Shares A Very Touching Letter About Her Long-Term Committment To Early Childhood Development

May 20, 2019

Chelsea Flower Show is approaching, and Kate Middleton has already presented something brilliant as an honorable member of the great event.

The Duchess of Cambridge has prepared a woodland wilderness paradise-themed ‘Back to Nature’ garden, which aims at reminiscing the nature life and its positive impact on both mental and physical well-being.

Early childhood development

According to Harper's Bazaar, Kate Middleton shared a letter, in which she explained why Chelsea Flower Show project is important to her. 

First and foremost, the garden is designed for children. Kate Middleton focused on early stages of childhood development and how instrumental they are later in a lifespan. 

I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults.

Prince William's wife spent much time finding different research to support her view.

Understanding that our brain develops to 90 percent of its adult size within these first five years helps crystalize how our experiences in these earliest years are so impactful, and influences who we become as individuals.

She also added:

I hope my long-term commitment to working in the early years will help make a difference over a generational timescale.  

Lastly, the Duchess's efforts in the project directly link to providing kids with opportunities to spend more time outdoors as it "plays a pivotal role in a child’s future health and happiness."

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Kate Middleton is the mother-of-three, and she knows how crucial development is for kids.