Ever wonder how Meghan Markle always looks so fabulous? Well, wonder no more! Here and there, Meghan Markle has been revealing her healthy habits before and after she became a royal.
Meghan Markle admittedly can’t get enough of carbs. “I could eat French fries all day. And I love pasta. I love carbs – who doesn’t love a carbohydrate,” she told Reader’s Digest Best Health. But to stay healthy, Meghan abstains from eating the foods she loves most during the week. When filming Suits Meghan revealed she tried to eat vegan and gluten-free during the week, while saving the weekends for less healthy indulgences. “It’s all about balance,” she said.
A couple of Meghan’s healthy go-to’s are roast chicken, green juice, and almonds. Even while traveling, she tries to stick to the dietary regimen she carved out for herself.
Meghan’s super cool mum, Doria Ragland, is a yoga instructor. Naturally, Meghan took a liking to the low-impact form of exercise as well. According to the Duchess herself, she started doing “mommy-and-me” yoga at 7 years-old.
But perhaps “like” is an understatement. Before watching BFF Serena Williams play at the US Open, Meghan snuck into NYC Modo Studio for a quick hot yoga class. Even though she took the class with 60 other people, she wasn’t bombarded with requests for autographs or selfies. Modo Studio does not allow classgoers to bring their phones into the yoga room, to protect them from becoming damaged from the humidity and heat. A security guard also escorted the Duchess in and out of the building.
Aside from eating healthy, Meghan swears by a boatload of skincare products to preserve her radiant, clear skin. With prices ranging from budget-friendly to a little outlandish (for the less than one fluid ounce provided), Meghan employs a diversity of brands to make her face shine the way it so beautifully does.
Meghan also entrusts her skin in luxury, celebrity-sought facialist Sarah Chapman. Only the finest for our beloved Duchess!
Regardless, though we may not have the budget of a royal, we can learn from Meghan that it’s okay to splurge a little when it comes to your health.