Meet the millionaire maternity concierge (and you can even pay her to think of a name for your baby)
In demand: Maternity concierge Rosie Pope
A maternity concierge is the latest buzzword among the super-rich.
Determined to maintain their jet-set lifestyle post-pregnancy, wealthy socialites are seeking the advice of maternity guru Rosie Hope.
Since setting up her business in 2008 the 32-year-old, who charges 315 an hour for her services, has been in high demand.
From thinking up baby names to designing couture gowns for the delivery room, Pope is used to receiving all kinds of weird requests.
In one scene from the reality television series, Pregnant in Heels, which tracks her on a day-to-day basis, she is asked to name a couple's son to boost his chances of becoming a top politician.
Pope, who is based in New York but originally from North London said: 'I have never been asked to brand a baby before.'
In a bid to find the perfect name she enlists the help of a linguist, poet and social media expert.
As well as her concierge business Pope also runs a maternity-wear line in Manhattan which launched in LA this month.
The first series of Pregnant in Heels, originally broadcast in the U.S. last spring, is now being shown in the UK for this first time on the Bio channel.
The second season, which will air on Bravo this summer, features some of her most outlandish clients yet.
'We eat placenta, we do it all… This one woman wants to give birth hugging a tree,' Pope says describing the New Age group to Stella Magazine.
Happy family: Rosie with her husband Daron and their eldest son JR, two, in March. The couple became parents to a second boy, Wells, the month before
She adds: 'I try to be the voice of reason. “At the end of this pregnancy,” I ask, “you realise there's going to be baby here, right This can't be all about you”'
Pope, who is five months pregnant with her third child, a girl, has two children with banker husband Daron, JR, three and Wells, one.