Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs, founder of Kate Middleton’s favourite brand, Beulah London, gives birth to her third child with husband Rupert Finch (who once dated the Duchess)
- Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs, 37, is the co-founder of fashion label Beulah London
- The brand is popular with the royals, including the Duchess of Cambridge
- British socialite and businesswoman named third daughter India Grace Albertine
- Natasha already has daughters Georgia, four, and Cienna, two, with Rupert Finch
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The founder of the Duchess of Cambridge ‘s favourite label has given birth to her third child, sharing adorable photos of her now family-of-five.
The socialite and businesswoman already shares daughters Georgia, five, and Cienna, three, with husband Rupert Finch and welcomed the couple’s latest child on June 27, 10 days after her due date, with her baby weighing a healthy 8lb 8oz.
The founder of the Duchess of Cambridge ‘s favourite label Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs has given birth to her third child India Grace Albertine, with husband Rupert Finch
The socialite and businesswoman already shares daughters Georgia, five, and Cienna, three, with husband Rupert Finch, the pair are pictured at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in 2018
‘I love the newborn phase’, said Natasha, ‘It’s so sweet. Not huge amounts of sleep, but it’s nice. India is a pretty chilled baby.’
The well-connected couple have close royal links and are friends with Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.
Mr Finch also briefly dated the Duchess of Cambridge while they were studying at St Andrews University in Scotland.
Beulah London, co-founded by Lady Natasha and Lavinia Brennan in 2010, has become a go-to label for Kate, who has stepped out in the designs on a number of occasions.
The socialite told Hello! welcomed she the child on June 27, 10 days after her due date, with her baby weighing 8lb 8oz
Natasha went on to insist her two elder daughters are thrilled to have a new addition to the family, and says the name for their newborn was inspired by her ‘business and social mission’, which has links to India.
Lady Natasha, daughter of the Marquess of Reading, used her high society connections to promote an anti-slavery charity t-shirt in October last year.
A host of celebrities including Lady Kitty Spencer, Lottie Moss and Paloma Faith have shared snaps of themselves sporting the brand’s ‘For Freedom’ T-shirts, which were being sold to raise funds for anti-trafficking charity Justice and Care.
The charity aims to stop slavery in the UK and beyond, and the shirts retail for £60 with 100% of proceeds going towards the charity.
The founders of the luxury clothing range were inspired to start an ethical clothing label after working in the slums of Delhi in an aftercare home for women who had been trafficked into the sex trade.
It was there that they witnessed the power of employment to transform lives and in January 2013, founded The Beulah Trust.
Beulah London, co-founded by Lady Natasha and Lavinia Brennan (both pictured in 2016) in 2010, has become a go-to label for Kate, who has stepped out in the designs on a number of occasions
The trust was established with a clear goal of supporting projects and initiatives that create sustainable livelihoods for victims of trafficking.
The Duchess of Cambridge was recently seen donning a deep blue £525 Beulah London gown as she and Prince William , 38, paid a visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn to mark the 72nd anniversary of the NHS .
With it’s striking white collar and blue polkadot pattern, the Duchess’ bold shirt dress was extremely reminiscent of a similar outfit worn by Princess Diana in 1985.
Kate Middleton, 38, paid tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana wearing a £525 Beulah London gown days after her birthday
The Duchess’ bold blue gown with a large white collar was reminiscent of a look worn by Princess Diana in 1985
The fashion echo is particularly pertinent because it came just days after what would have been the late royal’s 59th birthday on July 1.
Kate’s gown in blue – a preferred colour of the fashion-forward duchess – was the same style as the red number by the same brand she wore for a minute-long mental health message released in May.
Princess Diana wore her take on the feminine look for photos taken in her living room at Kensington Palace in October 1985.