Autumn is imminent and Kate Middleton is taking on these last few weeks of summer by opening a new garden for children and families.
The Duchess of Cambridge opened her Back to Nature playground on Tuesday at the Royal Horticultural Society Garden Wisley in Surrey. The launch took place during the Back to Nature festival, which celebrated the value of communities. The grand opening also marked the end of the RHS garden project. As royal admirers will remember, Kate Middleton has created gardens that were previously exhibited at the Chelsea Flower Show and the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival. Kate and her husband, Prince William, even brought their three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – to the Chelsea area to demonstrate the positive influence of outside on child development, physical health and mental health.
Kate Middleton discussed these benefits during a speech at the festival.
“The experiences we have in our earliest years influence who we become as people. They influence the way we interact at school, at work and in society and ultimately how we raise our own children,” she began. “Whether it’s planting, exploring, digging, creating or playing, quality time spent outdoors, provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them. As a parent I have learned how important it is to promote the development of our children in all areas – not just physically – once they are born. We build the blocks, the foundations, for later success and happiness later in their lives. “
Kate Middleton wore the Emilia Wickstead Aurora dress for the big event. The seersucker dress with belt has a floral print and a pattern with Swiss dots and costs $ 2,255.00.
However, she was not the only famous figure who was present. Mary Berry of the Great British Bake Off, who is RHS, was also an ambassador to show her support.