Kate Middleton wore a green and purple dress which had capped sleeved as she unveiled a new version of her Back to Nature garden. The Duchess of Cambridge first displayed her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show and revealed her new version of the garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival today. For the occasion, Kate soaked in the sun in an emerald green dress which had a pattern made of cream and purple squares over it. The dress had a low v-neck and is believed to be a Sandro Paris design.
The designer dress was originally selling for around £292.
However, it is now available to buy on sale for around £175.
The midi tea dress had a wrap front which pulled in around her waistline.
It then continued down into a floaty skirt which had large loose pleats running through it.
She opted to leave her coat at home and dressed up the summery look with a pair of tan wedges.
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted showing off the new version of her garden with a number of schoolchildren.
She wore a pair of drop pink earrings which were in the shape of a flower.
Kate kept her make-up simple and opted for a pink lip gloss and a sweep of mascara.
Her long brown locks were styled into a bouncy blow-dry.
In May, the mum-of-three took her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to experience the garden.
When she steps out, Kate Middleton often wears stunning pieces from her wardrobe.
The Duchess has been known to wear a mix of designer and high-street pieces which are accessible for royal fans to buy.
Recently, Kate stepped out in an elegant cornflower blue dress as she attended Royal Ascot 2019.
The midi dress was made up of a thin cami dress which