Kate Middleton looks stunning in light blue Emilia Wickstead dress as she unveils her 'Back To Nature' garden
The mother-of-three made the most of the post-summer fashion as she showed off her slender frame in the gorgeous floral number
Kate Middleton was a sight to behold as she made an appearance at the unveiling of her latest 'Back To Nature' garden at Royal Horticultural Society's (RHS) Wisley in Surrey on September 10.
The 37-year-old mother-of-three made the most of the post-summer fashion as she showed off her slender frame in a gorgeous light blue Emilia Wickstead dress that almost reached her ankles.
The attire had a pretty pink rose print on a seersucker fabric, which was very unusual. The dress was long-sleeved, with a matching belt that cinched her in at the waist.
The Duchess of Cambridge accentuated her look with barely-there makeup and beige wedges. She also wore her glossy brown locks loose.
According to Elle, the dress was still available on online stores for anyone who was interested.
"As part of her longstanding work on Early Years, The Duchess of Cambridge believes that spending time outdoors plays a pivotal role in children's future health and happiness, building foundations that last through childhood and over a lifetime," a Kensington Palace spokesman said.
Celebrity chef Mary Berry—an RHS ambassador—accompanied Kate during the launch of the garden, which also featured a giant wooden treehouse for kids to enjoy as the centerpiece. The duo was pictured hitching a ride on a tractor alongside several other children.
The Duchess had a big smile on her face throughout the appearance as she walked up to the attendees and warmly greeted them, shaking the hands of adults and patting children on the head.
The garden, which featured a sandpit, water feature and a set of swings and a hut made to look like a hedgehog, encouraged kids to have fun in a natural environment, with the aim of Kate's firm belief that outdoors can enrich a child's early development.
"I am not as green-fingered as many of you here, but I was passionate about creating a garden that inspired children and adults alike to get back to nature and reap the positive mental and physical health benefits that it can bring. The gardens were, I suppose, a manifestation of some of the work I have been focusing on around how best we can support our children in the earliest years," the Duchess said at the inauguration, Daily Mail reported.
She added: "The physical benefits of being outdoors and in nature are well documented. More recently, however, I have learnt that these often safe and supportive environments can also bring significant benefits to the cognitive, social and emotional development of our children too. The experiences we gain during our earliest years influence who we become as people. They influence how we interact in school, in work and in society and, ultimately how we bring up our own children."