Being a Duchess and mother may be some of Kate Middleton’s most important priorities, but she has another influential project up her sleeve!
According to a new report, Kate, 33, is in talks to launch her own organic food business with the help of her younger sister, Pippa Middleton—and we couldn't be more excited about the prospect of the princess providing her nutrition tips to the masses!
Kate and Pippa in 2012.
The mom-of-two—she has son Prince George, 2, and daughter Princess Charlotte, 6 months, with husband Prince William, 33—has allegedly been feeding her children a diet of puréed fruit, vegetables and smoothies organically grown from the garden at Anmer Hall, which explains why she may name the business "Anmer Organics."
"It's a concept for now but it will happen—just give it 18 months or so," a source revealed to the Daily Mail. Products for sale through the business are expected to include everything from baby food to grow-your-own vegetable kits.
Kate in November 2015.
This potential new venture should come as no surprise to royal fans, considering both Kate and William's families have supported entrepreneurial projects in the past! Kate's sister, Pippa, 32—who is currently training to become a nutritionist—released her cookbook, Celebrate: A Year of British Festivities for Families and Friends, back in 2012, while her parents currently run a mail-order party supplies and decorations company.
In addition, William's father, Prince Charles, 67, launched a partnership with British supermarket Waitrose in 1990, to create 300 food and drink products and raise millions for charity.