Kate Middleton gardens in $2,255 Emilia Wickstead dress

Kate Middleton gardens in $2,255 Emilia Wickstead dress

Kate Middleton gardens in $2,255 Emilia Wickstead dress

That was the message from the Duchess of Cambridge on Tuesday when she made an appearance in Wisley, Surrey, for the opening of the Royal Horticultural Society's Back to Nature garden. In fact, Kate and her husband, Prince William, brought their three kids-Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis-to the Chelsea space to help demonstrate the positive impact the outdoors can have on childhood development, physical health and mental health.

Later she gave a speech about the importance of focusing on children at every age, saying, "Whether it's planting, exploring, digging, creating or playing, quality time spent outside provides children with the ideal environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them. As a parent I have learned just how important it is to foster our child's development in all areas, not just physical, as soon as they are born". "We build the blocks, the foundations, for future success and happiness later in their lives".

She was overheard by royal reporters telling one mom, "My little boy [1-year-old Prince Louis] loves smelling the flowers and being out in the garden".

The 25-year-old said: "The experience was a bit overwhelming, it's still a bit of a daze but really exciting".

The Duchess Of Cambridge Attends

Kate discussed these benefits during a speech at the festival.

His mother Katie Vinton, 32, from Woking, said: "Kate asked, 'Are you a tiger?' and Dylan replied, "No, it's just face paint".

Kate Middleton is going "Back to Nature" and back into a favorite pair of wedge heels! New features in the garden include a bouncing forest, where visitors can jump on trampolines surrounded by trees, as well as a living willow pod and two connected treehouses and slides.⁣.