The Duchess is said to be planning to launch an organic food range in the next two years. Sources say that her love of growing vegetables at her Norfolk estate, Amner Hall, has inspired her to create a line of organic foods, potentially titled Amner Organics.
If the rumours are true, she will be following in the footsteps of her father-in-law, Prince Charles,
who has his own Duchy Originals range with over 200 products stocked in Waitrose. Like Duchy Originals, the money
generated from Catherine’s range of organic products will go towards one
of the many charities supported by the royal family.
Catherine’s love of cooking is no secret – during her time studying at St. Andrews, she often saved William’s culinary attempts, and still regularly cooks organic meals for the family in their luxurious £170,000 kitchen. She’s always been a deft hand in the kitchen, and last year attended the famous Leiths cookery school where she
studied with TV chef Rachel Khoo during a £1,600 two-week course.