In full blossom! Kate Middleton looks elegant in a £ 1,635 floral Emilia Wickstead dress when she arrives to open her Back to Nature playground
- Duchess of Cambridge, 37, looked elegant when she arrived today to unveil Back to Nature playground in Wisley
- Mother of three attracted pastel blue dress with belt by Emilia Wickstead, with a pink floral pattern
- She combined the outfit with tanned wedges and wore her shiny brown hair for the occasion
- Kate will also attend a Back to Nature festival that celebrates the value of communities for us welfare
The Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful in a dress with a floral pattern when she arrived to reveal a play paradise inspired by her Chelsea Flower Show garden.
Kate, 37, will shun her normal chauffeured car and formally open the "Back To Nature" garden at RHS Wisley in Surrey, the center of which is a giant wooden tree house that young people can enjoy.
The mother of three was not deterred by the cold weather conditions and chose a light blue dress from designer Emelia Wickstead when she arrived in the world-class garden near Woking.
She combined her outfit with a belt to tie her waist, with beige wedges and wore her shiny brown locks.
The permanent garden contains some of the original features of the duchess's garden, but is larger and even more child-friendly than before with a sandpit, water feature and a set of swings and a hut that looks like a hedgehog.
New features also include two connected tree houses and slides, which encourage families and friends to have fun together in a natural environment.
Kate (photo), 37, looked elegant in a blue dress with floral pattern from Emilia Wickstead when she arrived to open the Back to Nature playground in Wisley today
The other-of-three (photo) combined her outfit, with a belt to close her at the waist, with beige wedges and wore her shiny brown locks loose
It was designed by a team from the Royal Horticultural Society with input from Davies White Landscape Architects, who worked with Kate earlier this year.
The mother of three decided to help create a special Chelsea show garden as part of her & # 39; early years & # 39; project, which examines how childhood experiences are directly related to the problems some have adults, such as addiction and social exclusion.
Kate believes that spending time outdoors plays a crucial role in the future health and happiness of children, by building foundations that will last throughout childhood and life – and would like to find ways to encourage this.
She had all her children – Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one – involved in the project, gathering sticks and pine cones, and the three came to Chelsea, 37, with their father, Prince William, in May. to help reveal it.
In conversation with teachers who have visited the site with their students, Kate heard: "It is very important that the children begin to understand and take care of nature so that they can protect it.
& # 39; With Instagram, everything is so visual. It is nice to sit and feel. & # 39;
The garden has been redesigned for the Hampton Court Flower show and now occupies a permanent home in Wisley.
Kate has not been involved in designing the new playground, but has shown a lot of interest in its construction.
A spokesperson for Kensington Palace said: “As part of her many years of work in early years, the Duchess of Cambridge believes that spending time outdoors plays a crucial role in the future health and happiness of children, by building foundations that will last the entire youth. and last a lifetime.
Through its Back to Nature gardens, which were shown earlier this year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, Her Royal Highness has attempted to emphasize how spending time outdoors can enrich the early development of a child by provide an environment that encourages active exploration and the ability to form and strengthen positive relationships.
She has met many of the charities and organizations that work every day to strengthen our families and communities over the past eight years.
To mark the opening of the garden, RHS Wisley is organizing a Back to Nature festival, which celebrates the value of communities for our well-being and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project.
Kate has invited schoolchildren, charities, and organizations that helped her enjoy the fun in the early years, including a May tree and a coconut shy, and she will give a short speech before joining the festival activities.
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