Duchess Kate pictured working on her Chelsea Flower Show garden
Cape Town - The Duchess of Cambridge can add another title to her name – intrepid gardener!
The mom-of-three showed off her green fingers in a snap shared on Kensington Palace’s official Twitter account.
In the image Kate can be seen chatting to landscape designers Andrée Davies and Adam White from British landscaping company Davies White.
The duchess is currently putting the final touches to her garden design, which will feature in the Chelsea Flower Show next week.
Over the past few months the 37-year-old has worked with Davies White and the Royal Horticultural Society to get her plot ready, Daily Mail reports.
Her Back to Nature design is set in a woodland and aims to be a space where families and communities can connect with nature.
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The duchess – who supports various green initiatives and is a staunch supporter of the positive impact nature can have on childhood development – was quite hands-on with the project.
"Over the past few months, the duchess and representatives of Davies White have visited plant nurseries, suppliers and specialist craftspeople who’ve been growing and building elements to get the garden ready for the show," Kensington Palace tweeted.
We wish her everything of the best for the Chelsea Show.