Kate Middleton once revealed that her younger son, Prince Louis inherited the same hobby from his mother and grandfather, King Charles.
During her appearance at the Chelsea Flower Show in May 2023 The Duke of Sussex shared that her five-year-old son loved gardening.
This comes after when some of the kids told her that they were growing sunflowers at school, she indulged in a conversation with them and replied, "They get so big, don’t they?"
She went on to spill the beans, "Louis is growing broad beans at school. You put them in a cup and you can see the roots growing."
"They get big quickly, like sunflowers."
The young royal does have many interests from sports to cooking with his siblings but as his mum disclosed, he has a newfound interest in planting, just like her and King Charles.
Princess Kate, widely known for her love for gardening, attended a show in 2019 with her youngest kid and he helped his mother by giving some finishing touches to a garden she co-designed for some event.
Meanwhile, King Charles’ love for horticulture is not unknown to others.
When he was the Prince of Wales, he had a garden at Highgrove in Sandringham estate and when he was ascended to the Monarch after Queen Elizabeth’s death in September 2022, he transformed the topiary garden into an eco-friendly setting.
Moreover, his majesty shared that he first discovered his passion for planting when he and his sister, Princess Anne, got their plot at Buckingham Palace, where they "grew vegetables and things."
In addition to that, the king described gardening as "the most therapeutic business."