Kate, 41, was wearing a ME+EM silk shirt dress, which her mother Carole had previously worn, when she turned up unannounced at the event organized by the Royal Horticultural Society.
She paired the dress with her Castaner Carina Espadrille wedges, which she has worn in warmer temperatures during several public appearances. She opted for Zoraida leaf earrings which she has worn before and cost £165. Meanwhile, her thick dark brown locks hung over her shoulders.
The mother-of-three demonstrated her natural flair with children when she joined school students in the event’s first-ever children’s picnic.
Kate met young people from 10 schools taking part in the RHS school gardening campaign as they sat down to eat before visiting three of this year’s show gardens with them.
The Princess of Wales recycled a pink ME+EM shirt dress she previously wore on her surprise visit to the Chelsea Flower Show today
On her first visit to the world-famous horticultural show since 2019, the future Queen and the children took part in a bug hunt, helped plan a home-grown meal and discovered how gardens can support well-being – something the Princess has an emphasis on. on laid for several years.
The princess is known to enjoy the Chelsea Flower Show, an event she has attended several times in the past. The garden, which Kate hoped would inspire families to “get outside” and “enjoy nature,” featured a tree house, waterfall, rustic den and campfire, as well as tree stumps, stepping stones and a hollow log where children could play on.
She teamed up with fellow designers and landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White to recreate memories from her own childhood by including bluebells in space, for example.