Kate Middleton invites children for activities in Hampton Court Palace garden

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Kate's treasure hunt! Duchess dons a £260 frock afternoon of activities and a picnic in her nature garden as it re-opens at Hampton Court Palace Duchess of Cambridge, 37, is joining children for activities at her Back To Nature garden this afternoon   Kate invited children from four different charities to take part in a treasure hunt, insect spotting and a picnic The royal is wearing a £260 midi dress by Sandro and a pair of beige wedge heels for the outing  The garden is re-opening at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival following a stint at Chelsea  

By Stephanie Linning For Mailonline

Published: 14:03 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 14:47 BST, 1 July 2019

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The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived to take part in an afternoon of activities in her nature garden. 

Kate, 37, has invited children from four charities to join her for a treasure hunt, insect spotting walk and a picnic as her garden re-opens at the Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival following a successful stint at the Chelsea Flower Show.  

While the royal dressed down for previous visits to her garden, she is at her polished best today, donning a £260 midi dress from Sandro, a favourite pair beige wedge heels and earrings by high street store Accessorize.

She appeared in excellent spirits as she arrived at the garden, waving to well-wishers and shaking hands with officials before making her way inside.

Kate, 37, has invited youngsters from a number of charities to join her for a treasure hunt and a picnic as the garden re-opens at the Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, following a successful stint at the Chelsea Flower Show

Kate, 37, has invited youngsters from a number of charities to join her for a treasure hunt and a picnic as the garden re-opens at the Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, following a successful stint at the Chelsea Flower Show

The Duchess of Cambridge spent time insect spotting with some of the children, pictured, shortly after arriving at Hampton Court today

The Duchess of Cambridge spent time insect spotting with some of

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