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Prince George has the cutest response when asked how much he'd score the garden Duchess Catherine designed

He clearly thinks his mother did a fantastic job - and we wholeheartedly agree!

In case you missed it, on Monday we were treated to adorable photographs of the Cambridge family enjoying a fun day out at the garden Duchess Catherine co-designed for the Chelsea Flower Show, and it seems one of her children in particular more than approved.
A new video shared to the Kensington Royal Instagram account shows Prince William asking Prince George, 5, who was enjoying a swing on the rope swing that was a feature of Kate's garden, coined 'Back To Nature', how many marks out of ten George would give the garden.
Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 4, enjoy dipping their toes in the stream, just one of the features of the Back to Nature garden designed by Duchess Catherine. (Image: Matt Porteous / @KensingtonRoyal)
"What would you give out of ten, George?" Prince William asks his eldest.
"How many marks out of ten would you give it, ten being the highest."
"Twenty!" George replies enthusiastically.
"Twenty out of ten? That's pretty good," Prince William laughs.
"I think Mummy's done well."
Watch the adorable moment above.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge build a campfire with Prince George and Prince Louis. (Image: Matt Porteous / @KensingtonRoyal)
Other footage released shows the family clambering up a waterfall, dangling their feet in the stream and adorable Prince Louis, 1, walking – we can't believe how much he's grown!
Photographs taken by Matt Porteous also show the family building a campfire in front of a den made of sticks and everyone having a go on the rope swing, which hangs under the centrepiece of the garden, a high platform treehouse.
WATCH: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis play in a garden designed by Kate Middleton. Story continues below...
The woodland wilderness garden came to fruition through a collaboration between the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), Duchess Kate and landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White.
Kate has always been a strong advocate for supporting childhood development and mental health and the creation of an interactive garden supports the idea that being in nature is beneficial for our physical and mental wellbeing.
"There's an amazing fact I learnt recently that 90 per cent of our adult brains are developed before the age of five and what a child experiences in those really early years directly affects how the brain develops," Kate explains.
"That's why I think it's so important, whether we're parents or carers or family members, really engage in quality time with children and babies from a really young age."
The photographs from the family outing provided us with the first glimpse of little Louis walking. (Image: Matt Porteous / @KensingtonRoyal)
"I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for young kiddies," the Duchess of Cambridge adds.
"I really hope that this woodland that we have create, in a huge collaboration here really inspired families, kids and communities to get outside, enjoy nature and the outdoors and spend quality time together."

It was also revealed that all three of the Cambridge children helped their mother collect moss, leaves and twigs to decorate the garden, while hazel sticks gathered by the family were used to make the garden's den.
Kate's involvement with the Chelsea Flower Show was announced in January, with the garden opening to the public on May 21st at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London.