Duchess Kate Says Prince Louis Loves Smelling Flowers at 3rd Back to Nature Garden
Kate Middleton revealed during the new and final opening of her "Back to School" garden project that little Prince Louis has a profound love for the outdoors.
It's an open secret that asides from her royal duties and raising her three children, Kate Middleton is passionate about the outdoors, and how it helps in the development of children.
PRINCE LOUIS TAKES AFTER HIS MOTHER
In line with her passion, Kate joined the members of the Royal Horticultural Society in Wisley, Surrey, to open the latest garden design in her "Back to Nature," project. She arrived in a tractor-trailer alongside some children and invited members of some of the charities she represents.
While mingling with the mothers and their children, the Duchess of Cambridge, revealed her last-child, Prince Louis, shares her love of the outdoors. The royal said the one-year-old Prince loves to play outside, and "Smell the flowers."
CHILDREN SHOULD DISCOVER THE WORLD AROUND THEM
During her speech at the event which also had Mary Berry of "The Great British Take Off Show," present, Middleton emphasized on the importance of allowing children to discover and explore the world around them, in their growing years.
"The experiences we gain during our earliest years influence who we become as people. They influence how we interact at school, [at] work, and in society, and ultimately how we bring up our children."
Middleton noted that as a parent, she intends to ensure that children spend time outdoors, as it plays a pivotal role in their future, health, and happiness, and equally build foundations that last through their childhood.
MIDDLETON CAME LOOKING FLAWLESS
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the opening in her usual elegant self. For the outdoor event, she wore a long-sleeved pale blue belted dress. It had a floral design of rose prints and a swiss dot pattern.
The garden opening at Wisley is the last in the "Back to Nature," project. Middleton opened one at the Chelsea Flower Show back in May, and another at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
The new garden features similar designs from the earlier two, and a new twin tree house for parents and their children to spend time in.