The Queen Visits Duchess Catherine's Garden At The Chelsea Flower Show
The Duchess of Cambridge has put an ample amount of time and effort into the Chelsea Flower Show Garden and she received a very important seal of approval from the Queen herself. The day before, Duchess Catherine and Prince William spent the day in the RHS Back to Nature Garden with their three children.
Duchess Catherine co-designed the RHS Back to Nature Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in London. She put tremendous amounts of work into the project making sure to bring notes of value from her childhood, Prince William's childhood, the Queen's childhood and of course something special for the late Lady Diana.
"You're all looking very tidy"
Yesterday, May 20th, 2019, Queen Elizabeth II arrived at the Chelsea Flower Show in a stunning bright green jacket and floral print dress. She greeted William and Kate with two kisses on each cheek and approached the couple saying "you're all looking very tidy," to which Prince William replied, "well, I've smartened up," according to the Daily Mail.
Blue colour scheme for the garden
The Queen seemed to enjoy the garden thoroughly as Duchess Catherine took her on a tour of the grounds. She introduced her to the other two co-designers, Andree Davies and Adam White. Kate also pointed out the blue colour scheme in the garden, the stream that her children paddled on the day prior and the moss and sticks that the Queen's grandchildren had collected.
Royal Family Members Attend Event
More members of the royal family including Princess Beatrice, Sophie Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward made an appearance at the event as well. It appeared to be a good time had by all at the Chelsea Flower Show this year! It is said that this year might be the first year that the Queen has a more personal connection to the flower show although she visits the Chelsea Flower Show every year.