The Duchess of Cambridge was praised by viewers after her appearance on Blue Peter tonight.
37-year-old Kate made her hands dirty to guide a group of children in garden activities, including & # 39; dipping a pond & # 39 ;, building a pine and making pots from old rubber boots.
The episode, which was broadcast tonight, also saw & # 39; the world's longest running children's program on TV and a competition for children to design a sculpture for the Back to Nature garden of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Presenter Lindsey Russell has also awarded the Duchess a Blue Peter Green Badge in recognition of her ecological work.
37-year-old Kate dirtyed her hands to guide a group of children in garden activities, including & # 39; dipping a pond & # 39 ;, building a pine and making pots from old rubber boots, pictured
The Duchess of Cambridge joined presenter Lindsey Russell, pictured, and a group of school children in a community garden. The royal was awarded a green badge for her work
Kate and Williams received golden Blue Peter badges, the most prestigious available, for their mental health and children's mental health campaign work
Fans were very happy with the king's appearance on the show, with a writing: & # 39; Kate was cute on Blue Peter & # 39 ;, pictured
Fans were very happy with the king's appearance on the show, with a writing: & # 39; Kate was cute on Blue Peter. & # 39;
Another placed: & # 39; Duchess of Cambridge wearing the golden # BluePeter emblem that he received in December 2017 for the work of the duke and the duchess on mental health. And now she has a green one for her work on nature! YAY! & # 39;
Fresh from designing her forest garden for RHS Chelsea Flower show last month, Kate got stuck with pond dipping – which she revealed is & massively in my street & # 39 ;.
After Lindsey told her it was the art to create a & # 39; figure of 8 & # 39; dealing with the net for the best chance of catching something, Kate admitted that she didn't realize that a technique was involved.
Viewers were delighted with the appearance of the king, with several excited by her green badge
The royal prince then praised a little girl as she drove in to pick up a news she had picked up from the pond.
Then it was about flower bulbs, where the royal family explained how old watering cans or boots with wellington can be used as pots.
She added that she & # 39; great gifts & # 39; can make.
During the den building activity, Kate, dressed in a puffy jacket with her hair tied, asked a little girl: "Have you built a hole before?" When they collected twigs for their forest house.
During the cave building activity, Kate, dressed in a khaki jacket with her hair tied, helped the children put together a & # 39; sturdy & # 39; structure in the garden
Fresh from designing her forest garden for RHS Chelsea Flower show last month, Kate got stuck with pond dipping – which she was revealed en masse in my street & # 39;
The royal person then praised a little girl when she came in to pick up a news she had picked up from the pond in the photo
The no-nonsense young man answered comically: & # 39; Yes & # 39 ;, before continuing with the task ahead.
The royal family then helped a little boy pick up a large branch, which they used to make a teepee-style, as she advised: & Shall we do this right above? & # 39 ;, Before we add: & # 39; Well done! & # 39 ;.
Blue Peter presenter Lindsey Russell asked: & # 39; Team Catherine, how do we get there? & # 39 ;, to which Kate replied: & # 39; Not bad, we have a few holes here & # 39 ;.
Tonight Kate has organized a royal competition at Blue Peter, which invites children to design a sculpture for her Back to Nature garden
The Duchess of Cambridge, who has a great love for the great outdoors, is passionate about encouraging children to return to nature. Pictured, watching a newt in the show
The excited queen built a hole on Blue Peter tonight and told a little girl that she was happy to take the lead
Kate exclaimed: & # 39; There are so many cool things here! & # 39 ;, As Lindsey asked: & # 39; Where do you find all those logs from? & # 39 ;.
Lindsey then praised the Kate team for their study and added: & # 39; Highest points for creativity & # 39 ;.
The duchess, who loves the great outdoors, hopes to encourage families and children to deal with nature no matter where they live.
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