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Hello, fall florals!

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wore a pretty floral dress as she attended the opening of the Back to Nature garden in Woking, England.

This dress is perfect for the transition from summer to fall. Samir Hussein / WireImage

The former Kate Middleton looked lovely in the shirtdress from New Zealand-born designer Emilia Wickstead. The dress featured a vintage-style rosewood print, a high collar and a matching belt.

Emilia Wickstead Aurora Dress

The duchess paired the dress with neutral, closed-toe wedges and, of course, her signature blowout.

The duchess loves long, belted dresses.Mark Cuthbert / UK Press via Getty Images

The long sleeves must have helped protect the duchess against the slight autumn chill in the air.

Flowers everywhere!Steve Parsons / Reuters

The floral print was the perfect choice for the nature-themed event. The duchess toured the new garden, which was inspired by her designs and includes fun elements for kids such as a hollow log, a wildflower meadow and a rolling hill, according to Kensington Palace.

Her floral dress was perfect for the natural setting.Steve Parsons / Reuters

During the event, the duchess had a great time with some of her youngest fans. She chatted with children who were playing on a giant swing and knelt down to greet one little boy with tiger face paint.

The duchess always takes time to say hello to her youngest fans.Chris Jackson / Getty Images

She also shared a sweet moment with a little boy playing in a sandy area in the garden.

It looks like her new play garden is already getting plenty of use!Steve Parsons / Reuters

And she shared this cute, goofy moment with a very young fan who seemed thrilled to see her!

Hello there!Steve Parsons / Getty Images

The duchess has been embracing florals lately. Just last week, she sported a long-sleeve floral number with a similar silhouette as she and Prince William brought Princess Charlotte to her first day of primary school.

She's definitely a fan of florals for fall. Aaron Chown / WPA Pool via Getty Images

She accessorized that dress with a black belt and simple pumps.

The long-sleeve dress was perfect for the slightly chilly morning.Aaron Chown / AFP-Getty Images

When it comes to fall florals, the duchess is clearly on a roll!