Meghan Markle has a special diet to keep her perfect body. But it's different on weekends
Markle, who used to run lifestyle website The Tig, was used to sharing her opinions on food, cooking, and wine. Here you’ll see the soon-to-be-royal's diet.
Markle is no stranger to the kitchen. When she's not making her family's Thanksgiving turkey, she's cooking up a creamy pasta sauce with zucchini. She told fans that her love of cooking stems from years spent on set as a child.
Markle's relationship with health, fitness, and mindfulness is an ongoing one. Over the past few years, she's spoken quite extensively about her hacks for eating well, exercising and maintaining a demanding career.
According to Closer Weekly, Markle’s own healthy eating and lifestyle habits have already influenced her fiancé for the better. She got the 33-year-old prince to quit smoking and has started cooking healthy meals for the two of them to eat together.
Markle clarified that she doesn't restrict herself too much. 'It's all about balance,' she explains. Because of all the workout she does every day, the last thing she wants in her life is to feel deprived. And she has revealed that on weekends junk food like french fries is welcome.
Last year, she told a food site that her typical day diet while working includes steel-cut oatmeal with bananas for breakfast, a salad for lunch, apples with almond butter for snacks and green juice to keep her energized.
Dinner, Markle told the website, is typically pasta with vegetables, Parmesan cheese and, of course, a glass of wine. But when she doesn’t have to appear in front of the camera, the soon-to-be princess is freer with her eating.
Meghan’s favorite dessert is said to be the winner and even named her lifestyle blog The Tig after her all-time favorite Tignanello. She prefers wine to green juice, which she calls a necessary evil. The actress also told the site: “French fries and vino are my vices.”
Just like the rest of us, Meghan doesn't mind the odd bowl of chips: "I could eat French fries all day. And I love pasta. I love carbs, who doesn't love a carbohydrate?" But she held herself constantly from overeating.