The star had teamed paisley shorts with Stella Mc Cartney platforms and topped off the look with a pretty lace top that comes from her own collection at Want That Trend. White tops will set off a tan or look super sophisticated paired with a black skirt or pair of jeans.The white piece has embroidered mesh sleeves and crochet details that gives it a ladylike vibe. But if Katie's exact top isn't for you, check out similar options below from the likes of Monsoon, Jessica Wright, Per Una and V by Very.He has breathed new life into the show and is bound to be planning a dramatic ending to his successful run on the show.Scottish writer Steven Moffat will take over as executive producer for a new series in 2010.The star was recently promoting the Pampers Thank You Midwife Campaign which she passionately supports.
For the campaign, the star recalls giving birth to Belle, and how crucial midwives were to her She said: 'It’s so important to say thank you to our midwives.Katie, who is set to tour with her live show What's In My Head next spring, told the publication: 'When my post-traumatic stress disorder was at its height, I was so isolated I didn’t want to leave my parents’ house.'It took my mum dropping me off at church to help me get what I needed at that time: connection with others, free from judgement.I’d found my safe space – but it will be different for everyone.'Nine years on, I am so much more than what happened to me.I had such a nurturing team of midwives looking after me with my first little girl, and their support gave me so much confidence as a mother.'I want to say thank you to them all as no question was ever too silly or request too much.'I am far less anxious ahead of my second child and am already working with a great midwife team in preparation for a Christmas baby.' It may be a sign the expectant mum could be welcoming a little boy to her growing family, but Katie has previously been tight-lipped about any gender reveal.