The Duchess of Cambridge is known for sharing sweet anecdotes about her three children while undertaking royal engagements and that was no different on Tuesday, when she shared two sweet things about her two youngest children Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Stepping out at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) garden in Wisley, Surrey, Duchess Catherine unveiled her brand new 'Back to Nature' garden design, the third iteration of the project that she worked on in collaboration with the RHS.
Wearing a beautiful pale blue, floral printed dress by Kiwi designer Emilia Wickstead, Kate made her entrance on a tractor with none other than Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry who is an RHS Ambassador, before mingling with the crowd – families and children who had benefited from the children's charities Kate supports – and touring her latest creation.
It was while she was chatting with parents and their children that she also revealed some sweet revelations about four-year-old Charlotte, who had her first day at school last week, and one-year-old Louis.
Sarah, who is mother to 15-month-old Matilda, revealed Kate had told her Louis loves being outside, Hello! reports.
"She was just saying that her little boy Louis love to smell flowers and he enjoys being out in the garden," Sarah explained.
With jazz music playing in the background, Kate danced with Matilda, who wriggled in her mum's arms.
"Do you like the music?" Kate asked the toddler.
Kate also let slip Princess Charlotte favourite hairstyle, after spotting a young girl name Louise, who had styled her hair in two plaits for the special occasion.
Speaking to the Australian Women's Weekly, Louise's mum Lorraine explained, "She noticed Louise's plaits, she said it was Princess Charlotte's favourite hairstyle."
Kate's 'Back to Nature' garden is the third garden she's designed as part of an ongoing campaign to encourage children to play and explore the outdoors, with the first version opening for the Chelsea Flower Show in May, before moving to Hampton Court Palace in July for the Garden Festival.
Speaking during the garden's unveiling, where it will remain as a permanent fixture at RHS Garden Wisley, Kate said: "The experiences we gain during our earliest years influences who we become as people.
"They influence how we interact in school, in work, and in society and, ultimately how we bring up our own children.
"Whether it is planting, exploring, digging, creating or playing; quality time spend outside provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them."
Adding, "There is a well-known proverb – that it takes a village to raise a child – everyone here represents an integral part of that very village.
"By coming together, having fun, learning and experiencing new things, we can all impart life-long benefits on our children."
Back in May she gave her whole family a sneak peek of her first 'Back To Nature' garden which featured in the annual Chelsea Flower Show.
The outing saw the family-of-five building a campfire, dipping their feet in the stream and clambering up waterfalls, as well having a go on a rope swing, which hung below the pivotal feature of the garden – a treehouse.
The family outing also marked the first time the public had seen a glimpse of Prince Louis walking and it was clear her three children were big fans, with this adorable response (below) from Prince George, 6, when asked how much he loves the garden.
WATCH: Prince George's cute response to how much he loves Kate's Back to Nature garden. Story continues below...
Last week Duchess Catherine accompanied her two eldest children to their first day at school with Prince William – a milestone day for Charlotte, who began her very first day at Thomas's Battersea School, while Prince George returned from summer holidays to begin Year 2.
Rocking a summer tan and new hair-cut and colour, Catherine looked gorgeous in a red floral dress by Michael Kors, accessorised with a belt around her waist.
The mum-of-three offered some words of reassurance to Princess Charlotte as they made their way to class telling her, "George will help lead the way."
And we're sure Charlotte would have felt all the more relaxed knowing she had her big brother to show her the ropes.
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