The garden is made up of four main features: a child-friendly tree house, rope swing (which her three children enjoyed playing on before the official opening), creative planting and a breathtaking green and blue colour scheme.
But Kate also included a small and personal detail that would be easy to miss – a sweet childhood memory. The extra touch is a brown, paper tag with a handwritten note on it. It gives an insight into a family holiday she went on as a young girl.
Richard Palmer, a royal correspondent, shared an image of the note on his Twitter account. In the Duchess' own handwriting, the note reads 'boulder hopping in the Lake District,' and was signed off with 'Catherine'.
Did you spot it?
The Duchess co-designed the woodland-themed garden with landscape architects, Andree Davies and Adam White, with a hope it would inspire future generations to get more involved with gardening and spend more time outdoors.
Kate wants to encourage families and communities to rediscover nature in its raw form and feel the mental and physical health benefits it has to offer.
The Duchess of Cambridge shares a childhood memory of the great outdoors. pic.twitter.com/sQ8hLO9SEA- Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) May 20, 2019
Elsewhere in the garden, there was also a touching tribute to Princess Diana. The Duchess incorporated forget-me-nots - Princess Diana’s favourite flower - into her blue and green colour scheme.
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