Just when we thought the royal kids couldn't get any cuter, Princess Charlotte swoops in to steal the show (what's new though, really). A video released by Kensington Palace on May 19 shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's three children - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis - check out the Chelsea Flower Show.
Four-year-old Charlotte can be seen in the video holding on tightly to her one-year-old brother's hand when Prince William holds the other. The royal family were on their way to visit Duchess Kate's 'Back to Nature' garden, which she co-designed for the flower show.
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At one point, George is seen experimenting with a stick and stone. Prince William is heard asking the young princess, “Can you help George?” to which she quickly responds, “No,” as she skips by. Later in the video, while running through the garden, Charlotte yells "Ooh la la!" as George skips through a shallow stream.
Watch the sweet video below:
Prior to the footage being released, the Cambridge's shared six sweet new photos of their family at the garden.
Duchess Kate's 'Back To Nature' garden was created alongside the Royal Horticultural Society and designers Andrée Davies and Adam White, to highlight the benefits of playing outdoors.
“Hopefully when people visit they will find their inner child,” Smith said Sunday. “That could be remembering building a den or toasting marshmallows on a fire.”
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia.