Kate Middleton Is Celebrating The Arrival Of This Baby

Kate Middleton is known for her great sense of style, but people might not realize that, while the Duchess of Cambridge does have a keen fashion sense, she also gets help from her stylist and good friend, Natasha Archer (also known as "Tash"). 

Natasha was originally hired as a personal assistant to Kate in 2007 but started taking on styling and wardrobe responsibilities. In fact, she has been in charge of putting together Kate's looks for her appearance outside the hospital after the births of her children (per Express). "Initially Kate was a reluctant fashion icon, but now she enjoys it," a source told Vanity Fair. "Tash helps source some of the clothes. She shops a lot for Kate online, and calls in hundreds of dresses for Kate to try on. She has persuaded Kate to take some more risks. The hemlines are shorter and Kate's really pushing the boat out in the fashion stakes."

Natasha's work is so appreciated that she was made a Member of the Royal Victorian Order in 2019 by Prince William, an honor given to staff members for "outstanding service to a senior member of the Royal Family."  She is also married to a member of the royal staff. Her husband, Chris Jackson, has been taking photos of the royal family for almost 20 years. The couple married in 2017 and welcomed their son Theo in 2018. And now the couple has welcomed a second son just in time for Christmas!

These royal staff members have welcomed a baby just in time for Christmas

Kate Middleton is sure to be overjoyed by the arrival of her stylist and good friend's second baby. Natasha Archer and her husband, royal photographer Chris Jackson, announced they have welcomed their second son. Jackson posted a photo on his Instagram page of the couple's older son, Theo, stroking his baby brother's head. "When you come downstairs in the morning looking for Eddie the Elf and find a new baby brother," Jackson wrote.

Jackson has been photographing the royal family for nearly two decades. He spoke to People about what it was like, explaining that "the thing I love about royal photography is the depth with which you get to know your subjects. Celebrity photography is one thing — you are photographing a much bigger roster. With royals you have the opportunity to build up an in-depth knowledge of their personalities." He went on to reveal that Prince Harry "has a real energy to his engagements," while Prince Charles "is very interactive with people and expressive."  

"It is about anticipating about what is going to happen — that's a really key part of the job," said Jackson. "Looking at where the light is going to fall, and looking at where they are going to be and who they are going to meet."