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Duchess of Cambridge 'planning baby's wardrobe'

Published 24/03/2013

Duchess of Cambridge reveals baby bump
Duchess of Cambridge reveals baby bump

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge is rumoured to have begun shopping for her baby's first wardrobe.

The British royal is expecting her first child with husband Prince William in July this year.

The stylish celebrity is said to have alluded their child will be a girl during a visit earlier this month.

Insiders say Catherine is already preparing for the newborn's arrival by checking out the baby lines available at her favourite high street stores.

"She loves places like Mothercare, John Lewis and Zara's kids collection - I'm sure she's been scouring their websites!" an insider revealed to British magazine Look. "She might sneak in a designer dress or two, maybe from Issa, if it turns out to be a girl. She wants her child to have as normal an upbringing as possible, like she did, and not be spoilt by luxury."

The naturally-svelte star has allegedly been relaxing her attitude to food since becoming pregnant.

Catherine is said to be maintaining regular exercise by embarking in gentle stretching with her personal trainer.

"She has a yoga instructor who comes to visit her at home most days," the source continued. "But she is obviously really enjoying treating herself too - sugar is playing a big part in this pregnancy, so the cupboards are well stocked with plenty of cakes and biscuits."

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