Prince Harry and Meghan live more than 5,000 miles away from William and Kate, yet their family gardens are remarkably similar.
Harry now resides in California and William in the UK, but their gardens share an astonishing similarity.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Catherine, have a permanent residence within Kensington Palace, but they have spent much of the coronavirus pandemic at their countryside retreat in Norfolk. Anmer Hall is a three-storey property located on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, and it boasts plenty of outdoor space for their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, to enjoy.
The garden was inspired by William’s passion for mental health and his belief that spending time outdoors can help improve mental well-being. The garden features a wooden den, a swing seat, and a treehouse designed to encourage children to spend more time outside and connect with nature.
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The acres of land, rustic wooden swing, fun playpark and playhouse are all features that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have, too, over in their mansion in Santa Barbara. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their vast Montecito home in July 2020, and since then the public has seen small glimpses of it via video calls and a handful of images they have released.
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Prince Harry’s garden was designed to be an outdoor space for his family to relax and connect with nature. The garden features a wildflower meadow, a kitchen garden, and a seating area.
The two brothers, who have always had a love for nature, share a passion for gardening and have incorporated many similar features in their outdoor spaces. Although their gardens are located on opposite sides of the world, they both feature organic vegetable patches, wildflowers, and water features.
Photographs taken from former listings of the home while it was on the market show that there is a generously sized playpark within the five acres of land, which we are sure their son Archie makes good use of.
To celebrate Archie’s second birthday, a sepia-toned shot was published of the little one clutching a display of birthday balloons and stretching out in front of him, the seemingly endless lush gardens can be seen.
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It’s clear that both Prince Harry and Prince William are dedicated to creating outdoor spaces that promote relaxation, health, and well-being. Their shared love for nature and gardening has resulted in gardens that are not only beautiful but also promote sustainable living and support biodiversity.
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