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In the last photos, the already slender Meghan Markle has noticeably lost weight. Apparently, everyone's attention and the upcoming “wedding of the year” are still putting pressure on the bride. However, sports always come to the aid of our heroine - it helps her to fight stress - and french fries. And now let's talk in more detail about the diet and fitness of the future wife of Prince Harry.
Megan has been following a special diet for many years and trying to eat natural food, but among her weaknesses are fries, wine and ice cream in a cone: “On weekdays I lean on plant foods, and on weekends I take more liberties. And for me this is not a diet, but a way of life. " An ideal daily diet for Megan looks like this: Vanilla cocktail shaken with frozen blueberries for breakfast, Nicoise salad, a glass of rose with goat cheese and baguette for lunch and a leisurely dinner with pasta and seafood and a Negroni cocktail. Megan admits that she cannot live without carbohydrate food: “I could have fries and pizza all day long. Who among us doesn't like carbohydrates?"
Markle's fridge always has a specific set of foods: “Hummus, carrots, green juice, almond milk, and I make chia seed pudding every week. I generally like to cook.” At the same time, when traveling, Megan can order food to the room: "At the hotel, I will probably have breakfast with poached eggs and toast with avocado."
Markle is not in vain in amazing shape, wherever they live, our heroine will always find time for fitness: “My mom teaches yoga, so the love of fitness is in my blood. I like the intensive Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga classes, but it's really good when hip-hop elements are added to it, and the lesson itself takes place in the twilight with lit candles."
In addition, Prince Harry's fiancee keeps herself in shape with Pilates and running: "Jogging has always been a meditation session for me, I enjoy the moment when all heavy thoughts and worries leave me."