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Beulah co-founder Natasha Rufus Isaacs pregnant with first child
Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs has revealed to HELLO! that she is pregnant with her first child.
The co-founder of Beulah, an ethical fashion line loved by the Duchess of Cambridge, told us that she was 'excited' about the happy news.
"We're surprised but really excited," said Natasha, who married her long-term love Rupert Finch last year.
"I've been feeling quite sick, but I'm eventually starting to come out of it," she added. "I'm craving Coco Pops – it's the only thing to stop me feeling sick!"
Lady Natasha, who counts Kate and her sister Pippa Middleton as friends, founded Beulah, a line of classic, covetable evening and day wear, with her best friend Lavinia Brennan back in 2010.
And Natasha's pregnancy news seems to have sparked the launch of a new section in their business – maternity wear.
"We're now looking at producing a maternity range," she said, adding, "but I think baby wear will have to be for another time!"
Natasha's beautiful wedding to her lawyer beau Rupert last year was covered in HELLO! Magazine.
More than 350 guests attended the big day, including Princess Eugenie and boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, Prince Michael of Kent and Prince Harry's then-girlfriend Cressida Bonas.
Speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online, Natasha described her bridal gown, which she described herself. "I wanted a traditional and romantic dress and it was just perfect," she said.
The strapless gown was nipped in at the waist and French lace had been appliquéd onto the body and skirt of the dress.
"I found some beautiful lace while designing Beulah's winter collection and ordered it especially from France," she said. "It arrived three weeks before the wedding which was a slight nightmare for the lady making the dress."
Natasha had signature Beulah buttons fastened down the back, and a long train and lace bolero to complete her picture-perfect dress.
"We were so thrilled with everything," said Natasha, reflecting on her big day. "It was such a special day with all our friends and family and it passed far too quickly."
Natasha's baby is due in February.
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