The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a feminine Rosewood print Emilia Wickstead dress for a surprise appearance in Wisley. Though many speculated the duchess would visit the Royal Horticultural Society — it was not clear when she would launch another rendition of her Back to Nature Garden which she originally helped design for the Chelsea Flower Show.

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Kate looked lovely in her $2255 ‘Aurora’ shirtdress made from light and breathable cotton-blend seersucker and decorated with signature ‘Rosewood’ florals. The duchess added the matching multicolored belt.

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For footwear, the duchess stuck to an old favorite–her Monsoon wedges. Kate has been wearing the same shoes for years.


And for accessories, the mom of three kept it simple with Simple Filigree Short Drop earrings priced under $5 from London based Accessorize. The earrings sold out immediately. Shop a similar style from the brand HERE.

During Kate’s outing, she hitched a ride on a tractor, spoke with kids who had enjoyed some face painting and watched as some children enjoyed a swing during the festival.

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Plus, Kate officially unveiled the garden and gave a speech about the project under a white gazebo. She told the crowd, “I am not as green fingered as many of you here, but I was passionate about creating a garden that inspired children and adults alike to get back to nature and reap the positive mental and physical health benefits that it can bring. The gardens were, I suppose, a manifestation of some of the work I have been focusing on around how best we can support our children in the earliest years.”

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