PRINCE GEORGE delivered an incredibly sweet reply when he was asked to rate Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge’s, Chelsea Flower Show garden.
Prince George’s hilarious verdict on Chelsea Flower Show garden
Prince George joined his brother and sister to visit the Duchess of Cambridge’s ‘Back to Nature Garden’ ahead of the Chelsea Flower Show. The Duke of Cambridge’s eldest son delivered an adorable reply when asked to rate the garden, which was co-designed by his mother, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. Prince William asked his eldest son, who is third in line to the throne, what he would rate the ‘Back to Nature Garden’ “out of ten”.
He said: “How many marks out of then would you give it, with ten being the highest?”
Swinging on a rope, Prince George replied: “Twenty”.
Giggling at the answer, Prince William replied: “Twenty out of ten? That’s pretty good.”
He added: “I think mummy’s done well.”
Prince George delivered an incredibly sweet reply as he rated Kate’s Chelsea Flower Show garden (Image: KENSINGTONPALACE)
How many marks out of then would you give it, with ten being the highest?
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, was then filmed saying: “How amazing is that?”
Later in the clip, released by Kensington Palace, showed the Duke of Cambridge swinging on a rope, as he asked his daughter, Princess Charlotte, to “give him a push”.
It comes as the Queen was welcomed by William and Kate as she arrived at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) show in west London is one of the most highly anticipated events in the world for gardening lovers, and the Queen typically attends every year.
The Queen arrives at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
The Duchess of Cambridge personally designed the woodland wilderness plot at the event, alongside the RHS and award-winning landscape architects Andree Davies and Adam White.
On Sunday, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis spent almost an hour playing in their mother’s garden, as shown in six candid images released by Kensington Palace.
It is understood Kate wanted to show her children the finished project on Sunday, so they could see what she has been spending time working on.
Speaking to the BBC, the Duchess of Cambridge said: “I really feel that nature and being interactive outdoors has huge benefits on our physical and mental wellbeing, particularly for young children.
“I really hope that this woodland that we have created inspires families, kids and communities to get outside, enjoy nature and the outdoors, and spend quality time together.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK