Kate Middleton seized the spotlight this weekend by promoting a garden she's designed for the Chelsea Flower Show in England.
After the wedding a year ago today, Sunday, May 19, a source for The Sun said pointedly that the two women are "very different people." Kate supposedly hasn't liked the way Meghan, known as the diva Duchess, has handled royal staffers.
But Kate has now taken center stage after the hubbub over Meghan giving birth, laughing in a casual look in the new photos.
The mother-of-three loved taking a break from putting finishing touches to the garden -- showcasing bridge over a little stream and a wooden treehouse -- before it opens on Tuesday.
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Let’s Go Outside
Kate followed a "back to nature" theme in designing her garden. It is intended to rekindle the magic of childhood, and promote the benefits of being outdoors for physical and mental health.
Prince William's wife, who has had their three kids, wanted her garden to be a playground for youngsters to enjoy. "I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults," she said.
Kate has kept a regal silence regarding Meghan, but they don't seem close. She and William didn't visit the new mom and baby Archie for eight days after the former Suits star gave birth.
The Duchess of Cambridge got her garden inspiration from forest-bathing, the Japanese practice of walking slowly and thoughtfully in woodland to "bathe" in its peace and beauty.
In Her Heart
Kate paid tribute to her husband's late mother, Princess Diana, by featuring bunches of forget-me-nots, her favorite flowers.
Putting a thought of thought into her garden design, Kate, the mom to George, 5, Charlotte, 4, and Louis, 1, included a small campfire for toasting snacks and a rustic den.
Out Of The Past
Kate has said she enjoyed playing outside as a child and hopes her garden will open a conversation about the effects of nature on mental health for kids and grown-ups alike. Perhaps a stroll in the garden could ease tension between her and Meghan?