Cécile brings Kate’s royal maternity chic to Paris

Proud parents... the fuschia pink dress glows in the Duke and Duchess’ photo with George

It has taken a year of hard negotiating and support from her 100-strong workforce but, finally, London entrepreneur Cécile Reinaud has opened her first Séraphine maternity wear store in France, on the smart Paris Left Bank. 

It coincides with the news that her most famous client, the Duchess of Cambridge, is expecting her third child next spring – and Cécile could not be happier – on both counts.

Her new flagship store, in Place Saint-Sulpice next door to Saint Laurent, is already attracting mamans-to-be who know the range from outfits worn by stars like Marion Cotillard and Anne Hathaway.

She is also looking forward to showing Kate the new range.

Séraphine achieved profits of £2.2million for the year to March 2017 and now, with 10 stores, including two ...

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