James Middleton’s business ‘falls deeper into debt’

The brother of Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge has reportedly seen his company run into deeper debt.
James Middleton’s food firm Nice Group London Ltd recorded losses of £23,353 in the 12 months to the end of March 2014, according to the latest accounts.
It was, therefore, the third straight year that the firm has failed to make a profit, the Daily Mirror newspaper reports.
In 2012/13, Nice Group London lost £21,148 and the year before that, the company lost £20,000.
What’s more, the brother of the Duchess – who was known as Kate Middleton prior to her marriage to Prince William in 2011 – has seen the amount owed to creditors increase from just under £36,000 to almost £76,400 in the last 12 months.
Meanwhile, Clarence House has revealed details of some of the planned public engagements for the Duchess, who is currently pregnant with her second child.
The 32-year-old royal, who celebrates her birthday on Friday (09.01.15), will visit Barlby Primary School in London on January 15, where she will visit the Clore art room as part of her association with the Art Room charity.
The next day will see the Duchess attend an event hosted by the Fostering Network, where she will “celebrate the dedicated work of foster carers”.