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Royal family affair at Chelsea show

By Kate Ferguson

Published 19/05/2015

The Prince of Wales (second left), Duchess Of Cornwall (third left) and Queen Elizabeth II (fourth left) attend the annual Chelsea Flower show
The Prince of Wales (second left), Duchess Of Cornwall (third left) and Queen Elizabeth II (fourth left) attend the annual Chelsea Flower show
Stella and Ruby Hawkes outside the Secret Garden display
A visitor is entranced by the bouquet of a rose
Synchronised swimmers perform in a pond at the M&G Retreat garden at the 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

The Queen congratulated Prince Harry on his work for an African charity as she toured a garden inspired by the organisation at the Chelsea Flower Show.

It was a family affair at the world-renowned horticultural show as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were joined by the Prince of Wales and Prince Harry as they toured the displays. Fresh from his tour in Australia and New Zealand, Harry was reunited with his father and grandmother, greeting each with a kiss on the cheek.

The family toured a garden created for Sentebale, a charity founded by the prince which helps vulnerable children in the small southern African country of Lesotho.

The Queen said well done to Harry, who took a keen interest in the garden's design.

The garden is inspired by a children's centre the charity is building in Lesotho.

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