Three generations of royalty paid visits to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show ahead of its launch to the public this week.
Prince Harry visited on Monday (May 18) morning, before meeting his grandmother HRH The Queen there.
Prince Charles also dropped in to the world-famous flower show along with his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Prince Harry proudly showed off his charity Sentebale’s garden to the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla who praised him and his team for their efforts.
It was designed by Matt Keightley, who said: “I am honoured to be working with Sentebale, The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community and Prince Harry on this year’s very special garden. It is such an inspirational project.”
During her tour of the Chelsea exhibits The Queen, 89, was treated to the unveiling of a new tulip installation by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, who created the iconic Tower of London poppies last year.
Horticulturists from around the world are displaying their designs at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea. The show runs from Tuesday (May 19) to Saturday (May 23).