There was much speculation Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge would be breast feeding her first child, Prince George - born last week - and it seems the latest indications are she is indeed, as the royal mum was photographed in a breast feeding dress as she left Kensington Palace with her young son last week.
According to the MailOnline, Kate was spotted wearing the Blossom Knot Front Lavender Dress from maternity wear label Seraphine, costing £50, which is designed to aid new mothers who are breast feeding. Owner of the label, Cecile Renaud, confirmed the Duchess had purchased a number of styles from their range, claiming: "Kate’s ordered a couple of breast-feeding styles from us."
It seems Kate's post baby wardrobe is proving just as popular as her maternity style as according to the website the dress has already sold out online and now has a four week wait list. The Duchess gave birth to her first child last week, welcoming Prince George to the world on July 22 at 4:24 pm.
Kate is believed to be breast feeding her first child (Splash News)
The following day the new mum and her beaming husband Prince William stepped out for photographs outside of the Lindo Wing, St Mary's Hospital in London where they'd welcomed their son just the day before.
The couple headed home with their son to Kensington Palace before heading the next day to Kate's parents home in Bucklebury, Berkshire where the new family are expected to stay for the next few weeks.The Prince is currently on two weeks paternity leave from his role as an RAF Search and Rescue pilot, with his wife and child expected to stay with her family when he returns to work in North Wales.
The palace claim the couple are looking forward to, "private time together, like any new family".
They added: "They just want to get to know their son."
The couple are said to be keen to be "hands on parents" to their first child and won't be leaving him to nannies. Palace officials reportedly told the MailOnline that the couple had more than enough help, saying: "They have both got families that will care hugely for this baby."