She is the wife of Prince William and mother of three lovely kids. She loves all of them as also her specially designed garden. It is “Back to the Nature” garden and is meant for the Chelsea Flower Show in London. Her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have already seen it and Kate is now sharing it with other children. She wants to promote the concept of living among nature. That way, one can understand one’s responsibility towards nature. She took charge of a group of school kids and encouraged them to come closer to nature. The kids reciprocated. They used reeds to make little boats. Once made, the kids tossed into the stream for a race. They also took part in toasting marshmallows on a campfire. Tiny acts like these help them to bond with others in the community. That was Kate’s message to society.
Kids love the freedom
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, loves nature. She wants people to be one with nature and appreciate what nature has to offer. Therefore, her “Back to the Nature” garden is a step in the right direction. It is a praiseworthy initiative. Children must learn to love nature. One of the children in the group, a 6-year-old, relaxed in a small den made of hazel sticks. Kate’s children had collected wood to build the den.
The garden has benefits
The Royal Horticultural Society helped to create Kate’s garden. It highlights the benefits of interacting with nature. While it will provide an opportunity for kids to be outdoor, it will bring back memories for the elders. As Kate explained, being interactive outdoors has tremendous benefits. They reactivate ones physical and mental wellbeing. In the fast-paced world of today, it is important to break free once in a while. It all boils down to families seizing the chance to spend some quality time together.