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Duchess has eye on style

Published 31/08/2013

Duchess of Cambridge
Duchess of Cambridge

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge is said to be keeping an eye on the latest lines being released from her favourite high street stores.

The pretty royal is known for being a fan of the high street.

Catherine recently unveiled the debut family photos of her and husband Prince William with their new-born son Prince George Alexander Louis.

For the momentous occasion, Catherine stepped out in a fuchsia wrap dress by maternity brand Séraphine that cost just £46.

Sources say that like many new mothers, Catherine has chosen to spend the first weeks of motherhood in comfortable clothing, but is now ready to give up her maternity wardrobe as part of her return to the limelight.

"She's in no rush to lose her baby weight and is following doctor's advice not to exercise for at least six weeks after giving birth," a source told UK magazine Look.

"But she's keeping a close eye on the new drops in her favourite high-street stores like Zara, Whistles and Reiss, and wants outfits that will flatter her new shape."

It's not just clothing Catherine hopes to update herself with.

Sources shared how the Duchess is having regular seaweed facials to boost her skin in the period after the birth.

To restore her hair back to its best, Catherine is said to be using a deep-penetrating overnight hair mask with amino acids, to increase the moisture content in her long glossy locks.

All the way through her pregnancy Catherine looked stylish and it seems she has no plans to stop now she's a mom.

“Kate bought a breast-feeding [top] that will look great with skinny jeans,” Séraphine's founder, Cecile Reinaud, recently told People.

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