Calling All Green Thumbs! Kensington Palace Drops Details About Kate Middleton’s Latest Project
Kensington Palace just dropped details about Kate Middleton’s latest project, and it appears we’ll be hopping across the pond sooner rather than later.
It all started back in January when the royal family announced that the 37-year-old duchess is co-designing a garden for the Royal Horticultural Society’s 2019 Chelsea Flower Show. And now, the palace shared details about Middleton’s involvement, and we’re already getting major Princess Diana vibes.
Kensington Palace announced the news by sharing a slideshow on its official Instagram account.
The first pic shows Middleton doing her thing with her co-designers (Andrée Davies and Adam White), followed by an illustration of the project, which features a den, a waterfall, a campfire, stepping stones and even a treehouse. So yeah, it’s basically the childhood sanctuary of our dreams.
The project is called “Back to Nature Garden” and is designed to “inspire families to get outside and explore nature together.” According to Metro, the Duchess of Cambridge drew inspiration from her residence at Anmer Hall in an attempt to create a space that Prince George and Princess Charlotte would approve of.
The fact that it’s supposed to highlight the “benefits of the natural world on our mental and physical wellbeing” proves that it’s right up Middleton’s alley.
The Chelsea Flower Show is formally known as the Great Spring Show. The five-day garden exhibition will kick off on Monday, May 20, in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London.
*Books international flight*