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The Duchess of Cambridge is currently in the midst of weaning Princess Charlotte, and the process seems to have sparked her entrepreneurial​ spirit. She’s reportedly considering launching a line of organic baby food with her sister, a source tells Vanity Fair​. ​”She keeps saying there is a gap in the market for home-grown, organic baby food,” says the source. “It’s given Pippa the idea that they should try launching their own line of organics.”​

The Middleton sisters have been trying out new organic recipes in the kitchen at Anmer Hall, the royal country home, where they grow organic produce. ​Pippa just completed a food nutrition class and Kate reportedly makes all of Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s meals. Charlotte, who is just over seven months old, is still only eating pureed fruits and vegetables, but The Duchess has made sure they’re all homegrown, organic and straight from the gardens at Anmer. The range of options for the sisters’ line won’t stop at baby food, though. Kate and Pippa’s new business would include “nourishing ready meals for adults,” as well, the source said.

Kate isn’t the only business-minded member of the royal family; Prince Charles’ ​organic farm at Highgrove​ produces a line of groceries, ​Duchy Originals​.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US