Royals Are Obsessed With This Chic Maternity Brand

The best part is, you don't have to be a princess to afford it.

Seraphine is the London-based maternity line that everyone from the Duchess of Cambridge to the Swedish princesses have worn throughout their pregnancies. But even though royals love it, the brand's fashionable dresses and coats won't burn a hole in your wallet.

Phaedra woven maternity dress

The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a woven Seraphine dress to visit a building in Sunderland that was recently converted into a music and arts hub for the city.

Pink fuchsia knot front maternity dress

After the birth of Prince George, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released this family portrait in August 2013 with the Duchess wearing Seraphine's knot front maternity dress in fuchsia. She also owns the same dress in a purple floral pattern, too.

Blue bubble print maternity jersey dress

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore a this $76 jersey dress to visit the Varmlandon in November 2015 while pregnant with her second child, Prince Oscar.

Navy blue pleated maternity dress

A month before giving birth to her first child, Princess Sofia of Sweden wore a navy blue pleated dress along with an ivory cropped peplum jacket by Seraphine to a meeting with UN ambassadors.

Royal blue tailored maternity dress

People loved this royal blue Seraphine maternity dress Kate Middleton wore in January so much that it's already sold out online. But don't worry, it'll be back in stock by April.

Black cropped peplum maternity jacket

For a meeting with Pope Francis in April 2015, Princess Madeleine of Sweden wore a black version of the same Seraphine maternity jacket her sister-in-law Princess Sofia has.

Ivory cropped peplum maternity jacket

Seraphine's cropped maternity jacket is clearly a favorite of the Swedish royal family. Here, Crown Princess Victoria is seen wearing it with a bow added to the front to a meeting with leaders of the Swedish Colombian alumni network at the residence of the Swedish Ambassador in October 2015 in Bogota, Colombia. 


Scarlet peplum maternity dress

While pregnant with her second child, Prince Oscar, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden wore a red peplum maternity dress by Seraphine during an October 2015 visit to Lima, Peru.

Champagne cut-out lace maternity dress

Princess Madeleine of Sweden wore a lace maternity cocktail dress from Seraphine's Luxe Collection to a service in the Royal Chapel in Stockholm in May 2015. 

Natasha cashmere blend maternity coat

For a January 2018 visit to the Mother and Baby unit at the Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, Kate kept warm by wearing this baby blue maternity coat over the $109 Florrie printed dress she's worn multiple times throughout this and her previous pregnancies.

Marina maternity coat

Kate has worn the Marina maternity coat throughout several of her pregnancies, including most recently in December 2017 at the "Magic Mums" community Christmas party held at Rugby Portobello Trust in London. The brand also makes a similar coat in a shade of baby blue that's slightly more affordable.

From: Good Housekeeping US

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