Come dance strictly Shirley Ballas arrived at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show today (May 23) to showcase a special garden on display at the event.
The Chief Justice was present at the event to support the Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station garden in Chelsea this year, which will be moved to the grounds of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool after the show.
Once there, patients and their family members will be able to enjoy the garden during their stays and visits to the hospital.
Shirley is an ambassador for the hospital’s charity appeal and joined young patient Betty Batt with her family in the garden this morning (May 23).
Betty and her family were on hand to meet Shirley Ballas and view Chelsea’s final display, representing all the families who will be able to use the garden in the future.
To attend the show, Shirley wore a stunning long floral dress and a chic cream blazer.
The Alder Hey Urban Foraging Station is one of this year’s show gardens competing for medals at the 2022 Chelsea Flower Show.
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Prizes in all categories will be announced tomorrow (May 24) and we’ll update all the winners from the Chelsea Flower Show live, so watch this space for the latest news. You can also see all the winners from the past two years in the article.
Chelsea Flower Show officially opens to visitors tomorrow (May 24), with today being press day. There are still last minute Chelsea Flower Show tickets available online or you can find out how to watch the Chelsea Show on TV with our guide.
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