The 35-year-old royal hit the Chelsea Flower Show in London, England, on Monday, fittingly dressed in a floral green number. While the summery Rochas frock was perfectly in theme, it came with a hefty $1950 price tag.
While taking a tour and sampling tomatoes, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed she has introduced Prince George and Princess Charlotte to gardening -- but has to remind her 3-year-old son not to eat the poisonous fox gloves!
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie also attended the show, which is now in its 104th year and attracts around 165,000 visitors.
Monday also marked the launch of Children’s Hospice Week, with Middleton starring in a new video promoting hospice services and pediatric palliative care for the 49,000 U.K. youth with life-limiting conditions.
Middleton is a royal patron for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in Quidenham, England, and filmed the PSA during a visit there in January.
“For any parent, being told that your child may have a life-limiting condition, or may die young, will be one of the most difficult and isolating experiences you can face,” she says in the video, which is soundtracked by Ed Sheeran’s “Lego House.” “Having someone to help you come to terms with this news, and the professional support and care that comes with this, can make an enormous difference. It can help families make the most of every precious moment they have together.”