Wait, are Kate Middleton and Mary Berry teaming up?

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Kate Middleton is one of the most talked-about women in the world, making news for everything from her royal fashion sense to her sweet family moments with her husband Prince William and three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

It was a collaboration that made the Duchess of Cambridge headline news this week however, as the 37-year-old teamed up with baking icon and national treasure, Mary Berry.

Yes, this is not a drill.

Kate Middleton and Mary Berry surprised guests together at Woking’s Back to Nature festival at RHS Wisley, opening the new site that is said to be inspired by the Back to Nature garden Kate designed for the Chelsea Flower Show earlier this year.

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🚜 Today The Duchess of Cambridge opened the #BacktoNature play garden at @RHSWisley and attended the Back to Nature festival with @The_RHS Ambassador Mary Berry, which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. The Back to Nature play garden was inspired by The Duchess’s designs and includes elements such as the hollow log 🌳 from the #RHSChelsea Flower Show garden, and the wildflower meadow 🌼 and rolling hill ⛰ showcased at #RHSHampton. New features include two connected treehouses and slides which encourage families and friends to have fun together in a natural environment. The garden was designed by landscape architects Davies White with input from the RHS, and will be a permanent installation at RHS Garden Wisley. Her Royal Highness has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger. The Duchess took the opportunity to invite many of them to the ‘Back to Nature’ Festival to celebrate their contribution to society and to further highlight the importance of those involved in the Early Years sector coming together to support a fundamental change in how society approaches childhood development 📷 Kensington Palace / PA

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Unfortunately there was no baking involved, but Kate and Mary spent time with the children at the opening, shared jokes together and even went on a joint ride of the grounds in a tractor-pulled trailer.

‘Today The Duchess of Cambridge opened the #BacktoNature play garden at @RHSWisley and attended the Back to Nature festival with @The_RHS Ambassador Mary Berry, which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project,’ read the caption to a sweet Instagram snap of Kate and Mary on the Kensington Royal page. ‘The Back to Nature play garden was inspired by The Duchess’s designs and includes elements such as the hollow log from the #RHSChelsea Flower Show garden, and the wildflower meadow and rolling hill showcased at #RHSHampton.

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The experiences we gain during our earliest years influences 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. Whether it is 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. There is a well-known proverb – that it takes a village to raise a child – everyone here represents an integral part of that very village. By coming together, having fun, learning and experiencing new things, we can all impart life-long benefits on our children. The Duchess of Cambridge, at the #BacktoNature festival at @rhswisley 🍂 which celebrates the value of communities to our wellbeing and marks the culmination of the RHS garden project. 🎥 Footage courtesy of @the_rhs

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‘Her Royal Highness has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger. The Duchess took the opportunity to invite many of them to the “Back to Nature” Festival to celebrate their contribution to society and to further highlight the importance of those involved in the Early Years sector coming together to support a fundamental change in how society approaches childhood development.’

Wisley’s Back to Nature Garden Festival is taking place until September 15

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