A future birth is to come in the entourage of the Cambridge family! Pepa Gonzalez, Kate Middleton’s favourite children’s clothing designer, is pregnant. As reported in the Daily Mail, this is the 37-year-old designer’s first pregnancy.
This child is likely to be the best-dressed child in the nursery. The 37-year-old children’s fashion designer Pepa Gonzalez is pregnant for the first time, the Daily Mail revealed on Monday 25 May. But then, what could this have to do with Kate Middleton? If the announcement of this pregnancy should – also – delight the Duchess of Cambridge, it is because the mother-to-be is one of Prince William’s wife’s favourite designers.
For her brand Pepa & Co, Pepa Gonzalez has been inspired by the outfits worn by her elder brothers when they were children, but also by those of her parents, which has enabled her to design chic and refined clothes with vintage accents. A style that immediately spoke to Kate Middleton, who has many retro pieces in her closets. For several years now, Pepa Gonzalez has been one of the mother’s references in children’s fashion.
Pepa Gonzalez has already dressed Kate Middleton and William’s children
The Duchess of Cambridge commissioned the designer to dress Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews in May 2017 in Berkshire (west London), the home of Kate Middleton’s sister.
For this important date, Pepa Gonzalez had the privilege of designing the ecru puffy dresses of the bridesmaids and the beige silk trousers, this time worn by the boys, during the ceremony. “We have very good memories of the design of these made-to-measure clothes for children, all adorable in their outfits,” said the main interested party at the time, in remarks reported by Point de Vue.
Through her brand, the woman who is about to become a mother this summer has also chosen to honour her Spanish roots. For if Pepa & Co is very much appreciated by the Duchess of Cambridge, this brand is especially famous in Spain. So much so, that when the time came to deconfirm, the children’s fashion designer found it difficult to get her hands on her clothes, which were almost “all sold out”. A victim of her own success!
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