Everyone – and Everything – You Need to See at London's Famed Chelsea Flower Show

London is in bloom – with flowers and celebs!

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Seeing double? Queen Elizabeth smiles next to a floral portrait of none other than Her Majesty herself.

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Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie greet 6-year-old showgoer Tevasha Steele in one of the show's many gardens.

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Princess Kate went for a garden green coat (which matched this tractor near perfectly!) when stopping by the show with Prince William.

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British model extraordinaire Twiggy strikes a pose at the entrance to a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.

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This showgoer is feeling the floral spirit in a tulip-printed suit – and of course, stopped to smell the blooms along his way.

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The famous Chelsea Pensioners wear their signature coats, matching nicely with the 300,000 hand-knitted poppies.

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James Middleton's girlfriend, Donna Air, goes camouflage for the event in a floral print dress.

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It may be a flower show, but it's not all flowers. A variety of cactuses (or cacti) are presented at the show, too.

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Flowers – they're not just for looking at! This model wears a dress made of blooms and greenery on the show's first day.

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Some famous faces stepped out for the day, too, like newlyweds Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch.

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There are all sorts of flowers on parade at the Chelsea Flower Show – including a Chrysanthemum named for Princess Charlotte.

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The flowers tower over the event's guests (literally)!

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