The Duchess Of Cambridge Visits King Henry’s Walk Community Garden

Yesterday, HRH Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge paid a solo visit to King Henry’s Walk Community Garden in Islington, North London, to highlight the importance of urban green spaces.

Having just celebrated her 37th birthday, HRH combining her love for children and the outdoors met with volunteers and children from the GARDEN CLASSROOM PROJECT to discuss how their work brings people together through gardening.


Kensington Palace also announced that Kate will help design and build the Royal Horticultural Society‘s Back to Nature Garden for the Chelsea Flower Show later this year, in May.

The duchess’s garden, called the “RHS Back to Nature Garden” , is created to inspire future generations to get into gardening and outdoor activities, and has been designed in collaboration with award-winning landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White, of Davies White Landscape Architects and the RHS.

She has been working on it over the past three months and will continue to do so right up until the show in May.

Dressed casually for her Community Garden visit, the Duchess was wearing:

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