Kensington Palace Releases Never-Before-Seen Pictures Of Kate Middleton Ahead Of Chelsea Flower Show
May 14, 2019 11:58 By Fabiosa
Back in February, the royal fans received very exciting news. It was confirmed that the Duchess of Cambridge will co-design a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show 2019.
The social media world got treated to behind-the-scenes photos of what the garden should look like once it’s finished, including a snap of Kate sharing some ideas with her co-designers, Adam White and Andrée Davies.
Now the Kensington Palace is giving us another treat. The new photos of the Duchess working on her garden have been revealed.
On the new snaps, Kate is seen getting her hands dirty as she co-operates with White and Davies. Ditching the usual formal wear, the Duchess is pictured donning a khaki green jacket and a wide smile.
It’s been said that Kate and her team are making final preparations at the moment before they unveil their creation to the public next week.
Over the past few months, The Duchess and landscape architects Davies White have visited plant nurseries, suppliers and specialist craftspeople who have been growing and building elements of the garden ready for #RHSChelsea🌿 pic.twitter.com/B8i17wO8w2— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 13 May 2019
The garden is aimed at getting people to enjoy the beauty of nature and highlighting its benefits for physical and mental health.
To highlight the benefits of the great outdoors and inspire children, families and communities to get back to nature, The Duchess of Cambridge, @The_RHS and landscape architects Davies White will design and build the 2019 RHS Garden at #RHSChelsea: https://t.co/9gRDIvm0CL pic.twitter.com/jQvuZxNXNY— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 15 January 2019
The survey made by the National Garden Scheme shows that people feel happier after visiting gardens. They also feel more calm and creative.
The garden will build on Her Royal Highness’s passion for the outdoors and the proven benefits that nature has on physical and mental health — The Duchess is a strong advocate for the positive impact that nature and the environment can have on childhood development. pic.twitter.com/Zb2TCWUoPC— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 15 January 2019
Kate also hopes that with her new project she will be able to inspire the younger generation to go outdoors more and maybe even try themselves in gardening. What a great cause!