Kate Middleton teamed up with two designers, Andrée Davies and Adam White, to create a showpiece for the annual Chelsea Flower Show last May.
The centerpiece of the woodland-themed "Back to Nature" garden, which is meant to be a fun place for families to experience a natural environment together and enjoy the relaxing benefits of nature, was a tall platform tree house. It also featured stepping stones, hollow logs, a waterfall and a stream that kids were able to play in.
On the first day of the Chelsea Flower Show, which has been canceled this year due to coronavirus, Kate showed the Queen around her garden.
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On Easter Sunday, Kate and Prince William shared a beautiful photo on Instagram of their Kensington Palace home in London with the daffodils in their garden in full spring bloom as they wished their fans a happy holidat. They also continued to encourage social distancing by using the #StayHomeSaveLives hashtag.
“Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter 🐰🐣 #StayHomeSaveLives,” the post was captioned.
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