Congratulations! Kate Middletons friend and personal stylist expecting her second child

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Kate Middleton’s personal stylist Natasha Archer has announced she is pregnant with her second child.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s longtime friend will be welcoming her new arrival with her husband Chris Jackson, who is also a royal photographer.

The couple already share their two year old son Theo together.

Natasha has worked with the Duchess since 2007, when she started out as her personal assistant.


The expecting mum-of-two was then promoted to the royal’s personal stylist.

Natasha has styled some of Kate’s most regal and elegant looks over the years, and remains partly responsible for her always-enviable stye.

The duo have also regularly been seen travelling on official royal trips together, as well as more local engagements.

Natasha’s son Theo was also born just a few months after Kate gave birth to her and Prince William’s third child Prince Louis, three.

So the two women have shared plenty of baby milestones along the way with their adorable little boys.

The happy news comes as the Cambridges’ royal household is requiring maternity cover for three members of household staff at the same time.

Kensington Palace is currently recruiting for a personal assistant for maternity cover and a deputy personal secretary.

The couple’s royal household website states that the personal assistant must "facilitate the smooth coordination of TRH’s official and private arrangement".

"The happy applicant will look after the Kensington household's budget, invoices, their work schedule and contracts,” the job ad continues.

The person applying for the role must also be a “proactive planner with a clear communication style”.

The listing also states that the successful candidate must also have the ability to network and form strong professional relationships.

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