Many famous couples admit that once they have found the love of their lives, they will try to become better people. This is certainly the case for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the much-buzzed-about royal couple. Prince Harry was well known for being a notorious partiter, with a penchant for alcohol and unhealthy foods – now, his lifestyle has reportedly taken a drastic turn. Let's take a look at how Meghan Markle, the no-nonsense actress with a devotion to charity work, has turned Prince Harry into the best version of himself.
What is Meghan Markle's diet like?
Meghan Markle is a well-known food. In the days of her acting gig on Suits she operated a popular lifestyle blog called The Tig (named after one of her favorite red wines), and it gave fans a sneak peek into Markle's regular diet. Markle admitted that she is not a big coffee drinker, and she prefers to start her day with hot water and lemon, followed by a hearty bowl of oats and bananas, naturally sweetened with agave instead of sugar.
She is also a big fan of acai bowls and green juices as alternative breakfast options or snacks throughout the day. While Meghan Markle eats a lot of fresh salads and seafood-based dishes, she also loves the roast chicken (supposedly the dish that she had in the oven the night that Prince Harry proposed to her), filling pasta, and a good steak. Overall, Markle is likely to follow a balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables but is not over indulging herself now and then.
How Meghan Markle Redid Prince Harry's eating habits
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much more healthy lifestyle due to her influence. Markle helped the prince to understand that the preparation was important in a balanced diet, and soon after the two moved together, she cleared out his cupboards and fridge to get rid of all the char-laden snacks that the prince favored
What does not Meghan Markle like to keep in the fridge?
Now, the rumor is that the soon-to-be-parents' refrigerator is full of only healthy options, like carrots, hummus, almonds, and Markle's favorite green juice. Markle seems determined to keep herself and her husband on the path of healthy living but to make sure that their new baby, due in late April / early May 2019, gets the best possible start
The royal couple keep in shape together
An important part of a healthy lifestyle is exercise. While Prince Harry was never devoted to hitting the gym in his former life, once he got with Meghan Markle, he began to understand that breaking a sweat every day is vital to overall health. Meghan Markle is known to be a great fan of yoga, and probably maintains her routine with some gentle prenatal yoga or Pilates. Word has it that Prince Harry has also taken yoga in the past several years – another positive influence that Markle has exerted on the red-haired royal.
Prior to getting pregnant, Markle was known to love regular cardio as a way to break a quick sweat and get her heart rate going. While it is not known if the expectant mother still hits the pavement (or the treadmill), she might have been advised by her doctors to take it easier while pregnant due to her advanced maternal age of 37.
The world will have one more royal family to follow later this spring, when Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, and her husband Prince Harry, welcome their new baby.