Kate Middleton has been spotted wearing award-winning maternity fashion brand Séraphine’s Blossom dress, whilst leaving Kensington Palace, following the birth of her baby, George Alexander Louis of Cambridge.
Featuring a summery floral print and flattering empire line, created by Séraphine’s sophisticated signature knot front detailing – the Blossom dress has a self tie design that creates pretty gathers that drape effortlessly over a bump and post-birth figure, plus a deep v-neckline that provides easy breastfeeding access post-birth. A chic and effortless day-to-night style, the Blossom dress (also bought in Fuschia by the Duchess) is perfect for any occasion, whether teamed with ballerina flats for a smart-casual look by day or with statement jewellery and heels by night, this dress ensures that the wearer is perfectly polished in seconds. This Blossom dress is now sold out and has monthlong waiting list.
Previously spotted wearing Séraphine’s polka dot Renata Dress and white Colette Maxi Skirt – the first time she had shown her support for a British maternity brand in public – Kate Middleton has been a fan of Séraphine throughout her pregnancy, ordering a over a dozen designs from the brand; who have two West London boutiques, one of which is conveniently located on Kensington Church Street, nearby Kensington palace.