She’s been Britain’s stylish 'First Lady' for some six years, but now as David Cameron prepares to step down as Prime Minister of Britain, Samantha Cameron is making some plans of her own.
The 45-year-old, who was last year voted as Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed woman, has reportedly already started working on a fashion line with her long-time aide, Isabel Spearman.
Known for her love of brands including Preen, Alexander McQueen, and Jonathan Saunders, Cameron has also previously held roles in the fashion industry including Creative Consultant of Smythson and an ambassador to the British Fashion Council.
She will also have help on speed dial in case of a fashion emergency, with her sister, Emily Sheffield, deputy editor of British Vogue.
Spearman confirmed the news to the Daily Mail, and while no official date has been set for the first collection, it us believed to be as soon as early next year.