Kate Middleton likes to keep her three children out of the spotlight, but recently opened up about her youngest, Prince Louis, while unveiling her Back to Nature play garden at the Royal Horticultural Society Garden Wisley in Surrey on Tuesday.
The Duchess shared how she fosters the young royal's curiosity and encourages him to play in the outdoors.
According to The Sun's royal correspondent Emily Andrews, Kate revealed Louis "loves smelling the flowers" and being out in the garden.
The Duchess' garden, which was exhibited at the Back to Nature festival to celebrate communities, also served as a moment to shed light on how the outdoors can positively impact one's mental health.
"The experiences we gain during our earliest years influence who we become as people. They influence how we interact in school, in work and in society and ultimately how we bring up our own children," Middleton said during her speech.
"Whether it's planting, exploring, digging, creating or playing, quality time spent outside provides children with the perfect environment to form those positive relationships with the people in their lives and the world around them," she continued. "As a parent, I've learned just how important it is to foster our children's development in all areas—not just physical—as soon as they are born. We build the blocks, the foundations, for future success and happiness later in their lives."