Summer holidays meant that the royal family was largely not in the public eye, but now that August is nearing the end, royal participation is beginning to grow again …
For those royal fans who look forward to seeing the Cambridge Duchess next season, the 2021 Chelsea Flower Show could be a good bet. The annual event is popular with members of the royal family, including the Queen, Duchess, and Princess Beatrice, and will begin on September 22 of this year.
The famous gardening show usually runs from May 18 to 23, Due to the first wave of Kovid in 2020, it launched an online virtual event.
Of course, Kate’s presence at Chelsea 2021 has not been confirmed – and in the first few weeks of September we will see her attend other royal engagements, although nothing is known at Kensington Palace yet – but Dash has been around for a long time. Related to the annual flower show.
A.D. The last time we saw Kate and Prince William at the 2019 show was when Datchew was working with architect Davis White in a backyard garden. In order to encourage children, families and communities to enjoy the great outdoors, the garden is inspired by its proven outdoor needs and nature’s proven benefits to physical and mental health.
The Queen also attended the event and Kate admired the garden, with three children – Kate, photographing and playing with Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and three-year-old Prince Louis.
Speaking about the delay in this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, Royal Horticulture Society Director General Sue Biggs said: With more people working in the field than ever before, they plan to bring the world’s most popular gardening program to the country.
In recent times, many people have not had a garden, or need more gardening, so we will do our best to deliver beautiful, invigorating and varied RHS Chelsea in September 2021.
Kate has been enjoying a summer break over the past few weeks, and we haven’t seen Duchess in public since July 11 when she attended the men’s World Cup in Wimbledon.
The Chelsea flower show starts on September 22 and closes on September 26.
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