Prince Harry is back in the U.K. after his Australia and New Zealand tours. And like many people this time of year, he's taken to getting into gardening.
Early on Tuesday morning, the prince met with family and friends at the Chelsea Flower Show, where he presented the Sentebale Garden. Harry, who is the co-founder of the Sentebale charity, which gives money to vulnerable children in Lesotho, was said to be very nervous about showing the garden to his family, the Washington Post reports.
The prince worked with designer Matt Keightley to create the southern-Africa themed garden, which featured a life-sized Mamohato hut and footprints of children helped by the charity. Upon seeing the finalized garden, the prince exclaimed that it was "exactly like Africa," BBC News reports.
The prince wasn't the only one pleased by the beautiful garden. Harry's father, Prince Charles, and step-mother, the Duchess of Cornwall, attended the show with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who all seemed delighted by the display. The queen herself complimented Sentebale chairman Philip Green on the landscape, and surprised him by her knowledge of the charity's current initiatives, the Daily Mail reports.
And her praise for her grandson? According to one royal watcher, she told the prince he should be "very proud."