Speaking to Saga magazine for its May edition, businesswoman Carole, 66, of Berkshire, said she makes sure she lays out ‘activity stations’ for each child to keep them engaged.
Carole Middleton is passing her love of gardening onto her grandchildren, and believes it’s important for children to grow up ‘appreciating nature’ and ‘get a bit muddy’.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s mother, 66, who lives in Berkshire with husband Michael, told how Prince George seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, three, enjoy potting plants and picking her homegrown vegetables.
‘If I’m doing planting with my grandchildren I like to have it all laid out at ‘activity stations’ with their own little trowel and pot so they can get started immediately,’ she told the publication. Read more: daily mail