There’s nothing in this world that the people of the internet love more than new information about the British Royal Family.
Their lives are so incredibly unique and fascinating, always leaving fans in awe and wonder after each event or appearance. Recently, one of the favorite families within the royal brood - the Cambridges - made headlines in a pretty big way and people cannot stop talking about it.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is extremely passionate about all things outdoors and all things family. It came as no surprise to people when she officially released information that she had been working on an exhibit, Back to Nature, for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Just as you’d suspect, the outcome was more lush and stunning than ever, appearing to have the whimsy and charm of a real-life magical fairy garden. Before it was open to the public, though, Kate made sure to have her VIP guests come through first: her little family.
She gave William a tour of the area while George, Charlotte, and Louis all scampered about, excitedly chattering and playing all throughout the whimsical greenery. In the exhibit, she had features like a rope swing, rustic den, campfire, and a bubbling waterfall, all of which simply enchanted her little ones.
Shortly after their rendezvous through the area, she brought in Queen Elizabeth to give her a look around as well. She, of course, was quite pleased with the outcome and how lovely everything appeared.
Unfortunately, during the day, William and Kate happened to break a pretty big rule but by the time it was caught, it was too late. According to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show official rules, children under the age of five are not permitted on the grounds.
Prince George is just old enough to make the cut, but the other two fall below the age barrier being only four and one. Despite this rule-breaking, many have begun to see the rulebook in a whole new light.
After imagery surfaced of her children all gleefully enjoying what the garden had to offer, many begun to question this age limitation in the first place. One commentator stated: “Lovely pictures of infant royals at Chelsea Flower Show. I love Chelsea, but you wouldn’t see any other under-fives there because they’re banned.”
He continued: “Wish the RHS would change this policy. And children over the age of five are charged full adult price. The RHS should make Chelsea more friendly to all kids, not just those in line to the throne.”
What do you think about this?