Kate Middleton Reveals the Outdoor Activities Prince Louis Loves

Kate Middleton gardens in $2,255 Emilia Wickstead dress

Kate Middleton gardens in $2,255 Emilia Wickstead dress

The Duchess of Cambridge could not resist sharing a fun moment with a young mother and her daughter as she launched her latest family-friendly garden.

Today, Kate Middleton unveiled her third "Back to Nature" garden at the Royal Horticultural Society's Garden Wisley in Woking, Surrey.

She also got some one-on-one time with celebrity chef and former Great British Bake-Off judge, Mary Berry, riding a tractor with some local children together.

"The experiences we gain during our earliest years influence who we become as people. They influence how we interact in school, in work and in society and ultimately how we bring up our own children", she began.

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 flawless environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them".

The Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess of Cambridge share a laugh
The Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess of Cambridge share a laugh

The duchess said that as a parent, she's learned first-hand how important it is to foster children's development in all aspects.

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".

Kate discussed these benefits during a speech at the festival.

The duchess toured the festival, which had a village fete feel, watching toddlers trying their luck at a coconut shy, while nearby was a cake stall covered with sweet treats. 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.⁣.

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