Kate Middleton May Be Starting Her Own Organic Food Label

The Duchess of Cambridge has health and wellness on the brain — and is reportedly ready to venture out and help others follow a more nutritious diet. Kate Middleton may be starting her own organic food label within the next two years using homegrown produce from her country home in Norfolk.

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The 33-year-old princess is reportedly interested in following in Prince Charles's footsteps and wants to offer organic produce from her own yard to the public. Apparently she enjoys growing fresh veggies at Anmer Hall and only feeds Prince George and Princess Charlotte the very best. Of course, since neither Kate nor Prince William are in dire need of money, the idea would be to donate a large portion of the sales to charity — while also promoting Norfolk as a wonderful place to live and raise a family.

If she decides to proceed with the business idea, Kate could turn to her father-in-law for a tip or two. Prince Charles has been involved in the food biz for years and sells more than 200 organic products like jam and cider, called Duchy Originals, that are grown at his Cornwall estate and offered through a UK online grocery shop called Waitrose.

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This sounds like a great side project for Kate and a smart way to help her raise money for the many charities in which she is involved, while promoting a healthier lifestyle in the UK and teaching her young children about good nutrition. Let's not forget Pippa Middleton is studying to become a nutritionist and would be the ideal business partner for the duchess. We hear Pippa has been looking for a career change, and this sounds right up her alley.

Given Kate's star power, I wouldn't be surprised if her organic food line sells out in seconds. Can't you just picture a waiting list for Anmer Hall organic carrots? And how long do you think it will take before Kate and Pippa write their own series of royal cookbooks? If they start now, they can roll out the first one by next Christmas — I'm ready to pre-order mine.

 

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