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George and Charlotte saw their legs barefoot hanging over a stream in the photos that Kensington Palace released after their visit on Sunday.

George and Charlotte & # 39; s Secret Garden Play Date: Kate returned with her Royal brothers and sisters to her playground in the woods for a final adventure before the end of Chelsea Flower Show

  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte visited the garden before the show opened
  • The 7.15am RHS visit left the & # 39; excited & # 39; small members of the royal family & # 39; watering the garden & # 39;
  • On Sunday, the children of Kate and William clamber on rocks and splash in the brook in the duchess's garden & # 39; Chelsea Flower Show & # 39; in the forest & # 39;
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The Duchess of Cambridge delighted Prince George and Princess Charlotte by taking them to her Royal Flower Show Garden for a secret morning trip yesterday.

The royal visit was such a secret that a member of the public was even told by the police to remove a photo they had taken of the family.

A royal source told the sun the duchess arrived with her three children at 7.15 am because the young royal family wanted to get up early to water the garden & # 39; and added: & # 39; they are excited to be back. & # 39;

Kate and the children spent around 20 minutes in the garden of the Royal Horticultural Society & # 39; Back to Nature & # 39 ;.

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George and Charlotte saw their legs barefoot hanging over a stream in the photos that Kensington Palace released after their visit on Sunday.

George and Charlotte saw their legs barefoot hanging over a stream in the photos that Kensington Palace released after their visit on Sunday.

Princess Charlotte is swinging on a rope swing during a family visit to the & # 39; Back to Nature & # 39; garden of The Duchess of Cambridge, co-designed with Adam White and Andree Davies

Princess Charlotte is swinging on a rope swing during a family visit to the & # 39; Back to Nature & # 39; garden of The Duchess of Cambridge, co-designed with Adam White and Andree Davies

Princess Charlotte is swinging on a rope swing during a family visit to the & # 39; Back to Nature & # 39; garden of The Duchess of Cambridge, co-designed with Adam White and Andree Davies

But the show, which opens to the public at 8 am, generally does not allow children under the age of five to visit the gardens.

On one of her previous visits to her garden, the Duchess urged families to get the best out of nature while taking her own children for an adventure in the wooded playground she created at the Chelsea Flower Show of the Royal Horticultural Society .

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and little Prince Louis enjoyed strolling around the garden with their parents on Sunday.

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A short clip of Kensington Palace showed George, five, and Charlotte, four, taking off their shoes before climbing around a rock massif and paddling in a stream, while William William was gently pushed by William William on a rope swing.

In the video the Duchess said that parents at a young age as much as possible & # 39; quality time & # 39; to spend with their children to help their development, especially outdoors.

The duke and duchess took their children, pictured, to a sneak preview of Kate & # 39; s garden during the weekend

The duke and duchess took their children, pictured, to a sneak preview of Kate & # 39; s garden during the weekend

The duke and duchess took their children, pictured, to a sneak preview of Kate & # 39; s garden during the weekend

Prince William was seen when he pushed the one-year-old son Prince Louis on a rope swing in the garden

Prince William was seen when he pushed the one-year-old son Prince Louis on a rope swing in the garden

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Prince William was seen when he pushed the one-year-old son Prince Louis on a rope swing in the garden

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis during a sneak peek of Kate & # 39; s beautiful garden at the Chelsea Flower Show of the Royal Horticultural Society on Sunday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis during a sneak peek of Kate & # 39; s beautiful garden at the Chelsea Flower Show of the Royal Horticultural Society on Sunday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis during a sneak peek of Kate & # 39; s beautiful garden at the Chelsea Flower Show of the Royal Horticultural Society on Sunday

Speaking of her wilderness garden, which will be unveiled Tuesday, the Duchess said: & This is a natural, creative place for them to play.

& # 39; I really hope that this forest that we have created here really inspires families and children and communities in general to go outside, enjoy nature, enjoy the great outdoors and really spend quality time together & # 39;

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She added: “It is amazing that I recently learned that 90 percent of our adult brains were developed before the age of five, and what a child experiences in these really early years directly affects how their brain developing.

& # 39; That's why I think it's so important that all of us, whether we are parents or caregivers or family members, really spend quality time with our children and babies from a very young age. & # 39 ;

George and Charlotte bared their legs over a stream, while an excited Louis walked along a wooden path with a branch smiling at the Duke of Cambridge.

The Duchess said that the garden was inspired by the time she spent with her children in the open air and added that they were actively involved in collecting branches, tree trunks and moss from around Anmer Hall, their home in Norfolk.

The RHS Back to Nature Garden, designed by Kate with landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White, is a wooded area for families and communities to connect with nature.

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