Cecile Reinaud, founder of Seraphine, Kate Middleton’s go-to maternity wear, strongly believes that Princess Charlotte will become a mini fashion icon. Reinaud has also launched a new babywear brand in association with The Diana Award.

“I was thrilled to see her first baby toddler pictures last week and to see how pretty she is. I have no doubt she will have the most exquisite wardrobe!” said Cecile to Hello. In the exclusive interview with the UK publication, she said that she was looking forward to seeing the tot in cute girly outfits.

The Duchess of Cambridge dressed her baby bump in Seraphine when she was pregnant with Prince George, as well as Charlotte. The highlight of Cecile’s career was when Middleton stepped out in New York wearing the Marina maternity coat. The mother-of-two was four months pregnant with George when she wore the purple boucle coat of Seraphine.

The Marina maternity coat is made of luxurious wool tweed bouclé with subtle silver threads, is collarless and has an empire waistline. The long-line cut is accented with a frayed trim and a black velvet ribbon.

The founder said that she will never forget the moment when Middleton began her first official visit to the US wearing her brand. Seraphine has a celebrity following in the likes of Jessica Alba, Gwen Stefani, Kate Winslet and Kim Murray. Apart from Hollywood celebs, the label has followers in the model industry too.

Cecile claims that her line has dressed supermodels Elle MacPherson and Claudia Schiffer, who happen to be the brand’s first celebrity clients. They have also dressed Doutzen Kroes, Coco Rocha and Karolina Kurkova during their pregnancies. Cecile now wants to dress Chrissy Teigen, who is pregnant with singer John Legend’s first child.

Cecile’s new babywear line is in partnership with The Diana Award that sports a particular design in memory of the Princess of Wales. It is the iconic pastel tartan woven in Scotland, Hello US reports. Cecile revealed that the focus of the collection is baby girls’ clothes – because it inspires her the most.

As a mother of two boys, Cecile said that designing baby girls clothing felt like “child’s play” to her as she still craved to play with dolls and cute baby girl clothing. The brand has a romper and jacket for boys, but she plans to extend her range further for boys in the next season. Some accessories in her collection include booties, bonnets and hair bands.

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