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Elizabeth was greeted by RHS President Nicholas Bacon before being shown to the "Back to Nature Garden" designed by Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, alongside landscape artists Andree Davies and Adam White.
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The Duke of Cambridge was also on hand as the queen visited the Back to Nature garden which Kate helped to design. "The Queen isn't a fan of wedged shoes", a source reportedly previously told Vanity Fair, adding "She really doesn't like them and it's well known among the women in the family".
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The series of photographs, by Matt Porteous, include a picture of Prince Louis, 1, running along a path and his older siblings, Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 4, sitting on a bridge with their feet in a stream.
Kate's garden missed out on an award because RHS gardens are not judged at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The swing seat hangs below the garden's centerpiece, a high platform tree house that encourages creative play for visitors of all ages. The treehouse is made from chestnut, with hazel, stag horn oak and larch nest cladding. 3/4.
Reclaimed timber from Southend Pier was used to make the garden's decking.
She said designing the garden was an ambition she had held for a while, and the idea for a woodland wilderness was formed after she learned about the importance of spending "quality time" with young children.