Published: Mon, May 20, 2019
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Royal day out: Prince Louis takes first steps on camera

Royal day out: Prince Louis takes first steps on camera

Catherine is pictured in her Back To Nature Garden in a series of images posted on photo-sharing site Instagram.

"The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share new photos of their family at the #RHSChelsea Back to Nature garden", the royal family wrote in the tweet.

Kate is known to regularly escape the bustle of London to enjoy the clean air and vibrant woods near her parents' home in Bucklebury with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, so that the royal children can feel the dirt on their hands and the mud on their wellies - and in the future, little Prince Louis will join his siblings on their jaunts across the fields of Royal Berkshire, too.

Kate Middleton designed a new garden that she hopes will inspire kids all around the get outside and play - and judging by the reactions of her own three kids, she didn't do too bad a job with it!

In this undated handout provided by Kensington Palace, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis in the garden.

She has been closely involved in the project from the very beginning.

Speaking about the scientific evidence presented by the group, the duchess said: "Understanding that our brain develops to 90% of its adult size within these first five years helps crystallise how our experiences in these earliest years are so impactful, and influences who we become as individuals".

The giggling Duchess of Cambridge recaptures her tomboy childhood as she plays on a rope swing slung from a tree - in the garden she's designed for the Chelsea Flower Show.

Kate Middleton has created a magical garden kingdom just in time for the Chelsea Flower Show.

The duchess's woodland wilderness plot forms part of her work on early childhood development.

Her garden features a bridge over a burbling brook and a quirky wooden treehouse.

And, matching mom Kate's go on the swing (pictures of which she released Saturday), William with Louis, George and Charlotte took turns on it. Princess Kate loved showing them around, the source says.

She even added forget-me-nots in a "touching tribute" to Princess Diana.

Kate has previously said she has "fond memories" of being outdoors as a child and is passing that passion on to her children.

With the sneak peek yesterday, the Duchess released a short statement saying, "I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults".

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