Kate Middleton attended the Chelsea Flower Show, where she was joined by students from various primary schools. There she spoke about one of the prohibitions that members of the royal family must comply with according to the protocol.
According to the Mirror, while Kate and the children were visiting the garden of the Royal Entomological Society, where they drew beetles, one of the students asked Middleton to sign the drawing. The Princess of Wales explained that she could not do this: “I am not allowed to put my signature. It’s just one of those royal rules.”
In lieu of an autograph, Middleton left several drawings for children to remember, depicting a flower, a tree, and a pond surrounded by plants.
The tour was followed by a picnic where the schoolchildren asked him about real life. Kate replied that the main feature of such a life is “you have to work hard.” She also talked about Prince Louis’s school life, such as growing beans in the school garden.
A portrait of Princess Charlotte, daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton, was previously posted on the royal family’s social media. The image was shared in honor of her birthday: on May 2, the girl turned eight years old.