Girl’s Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh recently welcomed her beautiful second baby, Cole Jacob to the family – a little brother for 2 year old Bobby. Kimberley was a big fan of Seraphine maternity clothes throughout both of her pregnancies, and has continued looking stunning in her Seraphine styles since the birth.
We thought we’d take a look back at a few of her best maternity fashion moments…
Just last week, she posted this gorgeous shot on Instagram wearing our 3 in 1 Maternity Parka – perfect for an impromptu “hood-off” with son Bobby. The style was ideal for wrapping up against the chilly weather, and can even be adapted for baby-wearing!
Thanks @seraphinematernity for dressing me and the bump this morning! #PampersUNICEF #1Pack1Vaccine
A photo posted by Kimberley Walsh (@kimberleywalshofficial) on
The stylish singer was this year’s champion of Pampers’ on-going charity campaign for UNICEF, and promoted the cause live on TV and in the press looking stunning in Seraphine maternity dresses! It is a cause very close to Kimberley’s heart. She spoke passionately about the campaign on Sky News, and chose our Burgundy Maternity Shift Dress for the TV appearance.
The project has been running for 11 years, and its aim is to totally eliminate the risk of Maternal & Newborn Tetanus across the globe, one vaccine at a time. Every time you buy a special promotional pack of Pampers nappies or wipes, you are helping to provide 1 life-saving vaccine to someone who desperately needs it.
Kimberley Explains the Campaign Live on Sky News
As well as Sky News, Kimberley and the campaign have also been featured in Hello! online, OK & Reveal magazines, where she looked utterly glowing in our Pink Fuchsia Knot Front Maternity Dress.
She has been speaking out about her own personal reasons for getting involved with this fantastic campaign:
“When you have children all you want to do is protect them from things. We’re so lucky that we have the NHS in this country and we have all the vaccinations that we need in place, from birth to whenever they stop needing them.”
This year the project has reached a huge milestone, crossing the half way point. Thanks to mums like you choosing Pampers for your babies, UNICEF have successfully eliminated the risk of MNT in 19 countries around the world. This is a fantastic result, but with 19 left to go there is still plenty of work to be done.
Find out more about the campaign on the Pampers website & get your promotional pack of Pampers today!