The Duchess of Cambridge's Chelsea Flower Show garden plans have been unveiled by Kensington Palace via Instagram.
Yesterday, the royal residence shared an illustration of the 'Back to Nature Garden' alongside a photograph depicting the 37-year-old working alongside landscape architects, Andrée Davies and Adam White, on the project.
According to the post, the aim of the Royal Horticultural Society Garden is to 'get people back to nature and highlight the benefits of the natural world on our mental and physical wellbeing'.
The Duchess of Cambridge also hopes to enable families to 'trigger memories of time spent in nature' through the inclusion of a treehouse, waterfall, campfire and stepping stones - all of which children will be encouraged to explore.
The aim of the project is also to help 'recapture for adults the sense of wonder and magic that they enjoyed as children, in addition to kindling excitement and a passion for nature in future generations'.
The royal's involvement in the project was first announced back in January and is in line with her now-famous enthusiasm for the great outdoors.
But it's not the first time the mother-of-three has supported the benefits nature can offer our physical and mental health, as the Duchess of Cambridge has visited Sayers Croft Forest School and Islington Community Garden on recent engagements.
The much-anticipated garden will be on display at the from May 21-25.