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On Wednesday, she joined a group of young students at southwest London’s Robin Hood Primary School to check out the kids’ work with the Royal Horticultural Society’s campaign for school gardening. The decade-old program works to support gardening initiatives in schools for children to improve their skills and development.
With a fondness for the outdoors, the mother of two was right at home as she pulled on a pair of gardening gloves and got to work with the youngsters, planting some winter bulbs.
Notably dressed down for the outing, Middleton sported her Barbour olive green jacket layered over a black knit tunic with her decade-old Penelope Chilvers boots.
“That is so true,” she agreed. “Keep up all the good work.”
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“It’s been lovely to meet all of you and thank you so much to all the children who’ve shown me what they’ve been doing in their gardens,” she said as she addressed the group. “I’ve got such fond memories of being in the garden and being outside from my own childhood, and I’m sharing that with my own children, George and Charlotte, at the moment.”