Cambridge's duchess's garden at the Chelsea Flower Show was widely appreciated-including some wonderful reviews from the queen and her children.
But despite the magnificent design and the important message behind him, he did not take any prizes.
There is a very simple reason why Kate does not have a nice shiny prize to put on the fireplace – she was not sued.
The duchess's garden was this year's RHS garden, which was not included in the competition.
However, the garden, created by Camfed, a charity supported by Megan Marcall, took home the gold medal for the Space Gardens category.
As a normal entry into the race, the garden could be judged just like everyone else – and the judges were very impressed.
It has been reported that the organization that helps educate African women was forbidden to use Megan and Prince Harry's photos as it would send "mixed messages".
However, charity said the reason they did not use pictures was simply because the couple had nothing to do with the garden.
Kensington Palace has confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are extremely supportive of Camfed's work, which helps girls stay in education in rural areas of Africa.
Source told Fabulous Digital: "There is absolutely no rivalry here.
Megan and Prince Harry have not participated in the design of Camfed's garden, nor have any formal role in the organization.
"They do not face each other in any way, partly because Cambridge's duchess's garden is the RHS's garden and is not judging.
Camfed's spokesman said, "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no connection with the Camfed garden, nor do they have official roles in our organization.
"For this reason, we would not have released a picture of Prince Harry with DAMA's albums as it is an inaccurate association."
The gardens were judged by a small team of judges who visited Saturday before the official opening of the event.
A representative from each garden has two minutes to present and explain her garden.