The back to nature garden, also designed by architects Andrée Davies and Adam White, will be unveiled at the Chelsea Flower Show in London, which begins on Tuesday. The garden should make children go outside and play.
"In recent years, I have focused much of my work on the early years and how important they are for later results in life," said the Duchess in a statement published by Kensington Palace. "I believe that being outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundation for children to become happy, healthy adults." and Prince Louis, immersed in nature.
So we come to this, right?
One new thing we've learned is that the one-year-old Prince Louis can walk. Here he is swinging a big branch while Prince William is watching.
Kensington Palace said the garden is a place where families and communities come together. Most of the family seems to have a moment of attachment here, though Princess Charlotte is nowhere to be seen.
Oh wait, there she is. She and her brother, Prince George, live their best lives here and dive their toes without concern of the world into the water.
And because we can never get enough of Prince Louis, he sits here on a swing again and looks as if he has something very serious to tell William.