Duchess Kate Middleton Wears Emilia Wickstead Dress as She Unveils 3rd Back to Nature Garden
The Duchess of Cambridge unveiled her third "Back to Nature" garden design, and she did it in style, rocking an Emilia Wickstead Dress.
Kate Middleton unveiled her latest garden design on Tuesday, and it was a sight for royal fans all over the world.
The duchess, who actively pushes for kids to particulate in outdoor activities, has been involved with Back to Nature festival for the past two events.
For each of the previous times, the duchess proved herself, and for this month's festival at RHS Garden, Wisley was no exception.
While the design of the garden was a spectacle, it was, however, Kate's outfit that stole all the attention.
The mom-of-three donned a classy light blue belted dress that featured long sleeves and pink floral patterns. The elegant dress perfectly fitted the royal's frame and was paired with her usual tan wedges.
Kate accessorized with a pair of dangling earrings and opted for minimal makeup. Her trademark brunette locks were left loosely to frame her face, and her beautiful smile sealed the deal.
According to ELLE, the dress was designed by New Zealand fashion designer, Emilia Wickstead, and it retails for up to $2,255.
Today The Duchess of Cambridge opened the #BacktoNature play garden at @RHSWisley and attended the Back to Nature festival, which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project 🍂 pic.twitter.com/N6yFaBOXNp— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) September 10, 2019
The new garden features a massive treehouse, a sandpit, and swings. HELLO! reveals that Kate planted a weeping blue cedar tree in the garden.
For the unveiling, Kate was joined by members of some of the charities she works with, and Mary Berry from 'The Great British Bake Off Show.'
Clips of the festival showed Kate and Mary Berry arriving at the event in a tractor trailer filled with kids. The duchess was also seen playing games with kids and chatting with them.
The official Instagram of the Cambridges shared photos from the unveiling and revealed in the caption that landscape architect David White helped out with the design.