Kate Middleton unveiled her newly curated plot for the prestigious annual Chelsea Flower Show yesterday by taking some adorable family snaps of her children, Prince George, Princess and Charlotte and Prince Louis, enjoying the space.
Now, the Duchess of Cambridge has invited another very important family member to enjoy her handy work; Her Majesty the Queen!
Mum-of-three Middleton looked chic in a purple and green floral patterned dress by Stewart Parvin as she led an utterly overjoyed looking Queen on a tour of her woodland themed Back to Nature garden on Monday.
Kate Middleton has been working with the Royal Horticultural Society and Davies White to produce a plot for the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, to highlight the benefits of children playing outdoors.
According to People, a nervous Kate spent precious moments before the monarch's arrival tidying up her garden, anxiously picking up any stray twigs or leaves that may have found their way onto the immaculate footpath.
The prep seemed to have been worth it, as the publication reports Queen Elizabeth gave her nod of approval upon entering the space telling her aides, "It's very tidy".
What more of a compliment can a future Queen want from a current Queen?