What Do Royal Babies Eat? Will and Harry’s Childhood Chef Reveals
By: Jennifer Carlile
The world’s most anticipated newborn has yet to arrive, but food companies are already clamoring to feed it.
Prince William and Duchess Kate’s kid has already received a crate full of packets of baby food from organic brand Plum, accepted graciously by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall last week for her soon-to-be-born grandchild. The company was “delighted” to gift the baby with some grub, CEO Scott Wotherspoon told TODAY.com, and for good reason.
Hoping the “Kate effect” will transfer to her baby’s life — selling out every toy, snack, and onesie he or she touches — baby food producers are keen to have their brands associated with the royal infant.
Though Plum appears to have a leg up on other baby food brands to become the first pre-packaged puree to enter a UK heir’s mouth, the baby won’t be able to eat solid food for several months. And when it does, will packaged food be a staple of its royal diet?
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