Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge cleverly circumvented the rules when she reportedly returned to the Chelsea Flower Show with Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Kate Middleton secretly brought her children back to the garden she co-designed, The Sun reported. Princes George and Louis and Charlotte were brought to the conspiracy around 7.15 am. The children reportedly wanted to water the garden.
A spectator told the sun Kate said: “They insisted on getting up early so that they could come and water the garden.
“They are excited to be back.”
Kate Middleton and the children spent about 20 minutes in the garden of the Royal Horticultural Society “Back to Nature”.
But the show that opens at 8 a.m. does not allow children under five to go to the gardens.
This does not apply to Prince George who is five – but Charlotte and Louis are not old enough to be admitted to the exhibition.
Prams, pushchairs and babies carried in the arms are also not allowed, according to the RHS website.
An RHS spokeswoman told Express.co.uk: “We are incredibly honored that HRH The Duchess of Cambridge co-designed the RHS Back to Nature Garden during this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, inspiring children, families and communities to contact to do with and enjoy nature.
“The duke and duchess visited the garden with their children one evening before the show was opened to the public.
“The age limit during the show week remains the same and is appropriate for health and safety reasons.
“Children of all ages will be able to enjoy the RHS Garden, co-designed by The Duchess of Cambridge at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in July and RHS Garden Wisley in the fall.”
Kate Middleton may have gotten away with admitting Louis and Charlotte into the garden because there are different rules for exhibitors.
She brought her young children earlier to explore her garden before her official opening.
Kensington Palace has released six cute pictures of the family in the garden.