Today, after months of planning, research, and frequenting plant nurseries, Kate Middleton finally unveiled her project to the public. With help from landscape designers Andrée Davies and Adam White, the Duchess has realized her vision for a "Back to Nature"-themed outdoor space at the Chelsea Flower Show.
To show off her work, Kate wore a chic pair of culottes from Massimo Dutti, paired with a shirt from M.I.H Jeans. A pair of Superga sneakers finished off the look.
In an Instagram post this past week, Kensington Palace detailed just how devoted Kate has been to this project for the Chelsea Flower Show. "The Duchess has worked with @the_rhs and Davies White to design and build the garden, to highlight how being active in nature can positively impact our physical and mental health," the caption read. "The garden has a natural woodland feel and contains lots of unique design features to inspire families to get outside and explore nature together."
Back in January, when it was announced Kate was working on a garden design, Davies spoke to the Telegraph about how involved she'd been. "She is very hands on, model making, emailing images, coming up with all the ideas that we want to capture," Davies said. "She would often bring a folder of cuttings with her full of ideas."
Yesterday, Kensington Palace revealed several photos of Kate and her family spending time in the garden-and even helping to gather sticks for a natural enclosure. Judging by the photos, Kate's design has at least three little fans.
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