Back in May, we learned that Pippa Middleton, Kate's younger sister, was taking a course at the New York-based Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and developing a menu of organic, plant-based baby food for her niece, Princess Charlotte.
Now, it looks like she might be teaming up with her sister to launch an entire line of organic baby food a source tells Vanity Fair.
The Middleton sisters, who are both apparently great cooks, have been trying out recipes in the kitchen at Anmer Hall, the royal country home, where they grow organic produce.
Kate reportedly makes all of Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s meals. Charlotte is still only eating pureed fruits and vegetables, as she is only about seven months old, but The Duchess has made sure they’re all organic and grown straight from their gardens.
Their line won’t stop at baby food, though; Kate and Pippa’s new business would also include “nourishing ready meals for adults,” the source said.
We're excited to see what's in store for the pair. In the meantime, let's brainstorm some names for their potential company: Luscious Duchess? Reign or Shine? Heir-loom?