The Cambridge kids enjoyed a low-key secret visit to the Chelsea Flower Show

By Meaghan Wray

It was so much fun, they just had to go back! After a high-profile visit to the Chelsea Flower Show last weekend, the Duchess of Cambridge took Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis back to the garden she helped create on Wednesday (May 22).

The doting mom and her three children had some low-key playtime in the Back to Nature Garden before the Chelsea Flower Show closes on Saturday (May 25), The Sun's Emily Andrews reports. Last Sunday (May 19), the Cambridge kids were spotted running around barefoot and playing together in video footage shared by Kensington Palace – so it’s no shock they wanted a second visit!

George was particularly excite to make a return to play in the treehouse, on the rope swing and in the garden’s rustic den. Onlookers reportedly heard Kate saying her kids were “very excited” to water the garden. The duchess is clearly passing her green thumb on to her three children, who are bound to share their own love for nature with Prince Harry and Meghan’s baby, Archie Harrison.

The baby boy and his family seemingly didn’t get a chance to see the garden, but there’s no doubt they would’ve loved it. After all, George rated it off the charts!

In the sweet footage released by the palace, Prince William was heard asking his son to rate the play place out of 10.

“Twenty,” George exclaimed.

“Twenty out of 10? That's pretty good,” his dad responded.

Kate and Louis shared a sweet moment together at the garden. Photo: © Matt Porteous/Twitter/@KensingtonRoyal

Both George and Charlotte are currently enrolled in school, and are wrapping up their years before the summer hits and the family likely retreats to their country home of Anmer Hall. It’s likely this garden visit happened in the early hours of the morning, just before Kate dropped her kids off for their academic days.

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