She has also asked her billionaire retailer friend Sir Philip Green to help get her jars on shop shelves, and she has even sent samples of her product, called Kate"s Damson Jam, to some.
“Kate bought a load of expensive equipment because she"s always been keen on the idea of making jam," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
“She has so much fruit on her land she wanted to put it to good use. “It started as a hobby, but she"s taking it a lot more seriously after glowing feedback from friends and family. She"s hoping her plum conserve will be a hit with the public," the source added.