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The 2024 Chelsea Flower Show truly was a royal affair

From Princess Diana's nieces, to the royal with a surprising green thumb, here are all the royals who attended the show.

Spring is in full bloom in the UK with the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show delivering exquisite garden displays and a handful of royal sightings over the weekend.

It’s the gardening event of the year with horticulturalists flocking from all over the globe to catch a glimpse of the thoughtfully conceived exhibitions.

This year was no different. But along with the crowds of amateur and well-versed gardeners, some of Britain’s finest celebrities could be seen gazing upon the tulips, along with quite a few working royals who also stopped to smell the roses.

Continue reading to find out which of the British royals spent their weekend at the Chelsea Flower Show.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Britain's King Charles III visits the 2024 RHS Chelsea Flower Show on May 20, 2024 in London, England.  The Chelsea flower show is held annually in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. (Photo by Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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King Charles III

With King Charles back on his regular schedule of public-facing duties after his cancer diagnosis, His Majesty sure had a spring in his step and he wandered through the flower beds. This is the first year as patron for King Charles, warranting his attendance.

Britain's Queen Camilla poses with wicker dogs Bluebell and Beth at the Highgrove Garden during a visit at the 2024 RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London on May 20, 2024. The Chelsea flower show is held annually in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / POOL / AFP) (Photo by ADRIAN DENNIS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
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Queen Camilla

Alongside her husband, Queen Camilla looked to be soaking up the warmer weather and beautiful exhibitions. In a wonderful surprise, she stumbled upon a display of two replicas of her dogs Bluebell and Beth made entirely of wicker.

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Lady Amelia Windsor

Lady Amelia Windsor, the daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, and granddaughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, looked vibrant in this red gingham dress. The English model celebrated the unveiling of her very first display at the show, which she collaborated with Kent Wildflower Seeds to produce.

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Lady Amelia Spencer

The Neice of Princess Diana, Lady Amelia Spencer, attended the show alongside her twin sister Lady Eliza Spencer. The royal blonde opted for darker colours and loose waves as she explored the grounds.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Lady Eliza Spencer attends The RHS Chelsea Flower Show at Royal Hospital Chelsea on May 20, 2024 in London, England. All the main garden categories return to the Royal Hospital Chelsea this year.  The Show Gardens along Main Avenue, Sanctuary and Feature Gardens explore themes through horticulture, while the All About Plants area in the Floral Marquee focuses on planting. This year is billed as the most sustainable to date. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)
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Lady Eliza Spencer

Twin of Lady Amelia Spencer didn’t stray from a matching moment with her sister. Opting for a rather similar colour palette, the young royal kept it simple with a navy midi dress and a quilted Chanel micro-bag; perfect for a spring weekend.

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Prince Michael of Kent

Prince Michael of Kent spent some time discussing the annual event with the president of the Royal Horticultural Society, Keith Weed. The 81-year-old attended with his wife Princess Michael of Kent. The pair have rarely been seen since the tragic passing of their son-in-law, Tom Kingston.

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Princess Michael of Kent

Princess Michael of Kent accompanied her husband to the show and was looking incredibly chic. The 79-year-old Czech-born princess seemed to achieve the perfect regal gardening dress code. Wearing a gorgeous straw sun visor she was ready for a day full of sun, conversation and floral appreciation.

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