Meghan Markle Diet Plan: Easy ‘Lifestyle’ and Exercise Regimen

Meghan Markle has a flawless figure even though she gave birth to two children – Archie in 2019 and Lilibet in 2021. The Duchess of Sussex has been photographed at numerous engagements since giving birth to her daughter and her figure remains toned and slim. How does she do it?

Meghan Markle has opened up about her lifestyle in the past, admitting that a healthy diet and regular fitness regime helps her maintain her slim figure.

The Duchess is a fan of yoga and has shared several posts and photos of herself practicing the exercise on her lifestyle blog, The Tig.

Although her diet and fitness routine are not known, Meghan has mentioned in past interviews that life is all about “balance”.

This means that she works out but also gives herself some time to relax.

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Meghan makes sure to incorporate exercise into her day as it benefits both her physical and mental health.

She explained: “My health, my state of mind, how you feel after a workout – all of those things drive me to get on my mat or hit the gym.

“Sometimes the thought of training seems absolutely dreadful, but I always remind myself of how good I will feel afterwards.

“Euphoric, almost.

Meghan also enjoys running, which for her is a “form of moving meditation” and “gets me out of my head”.

She has said in the past that she has worked with Megaformer Pilates, which uses a machine that focuses on burning and conditioning full-body fat.

The Duchess of Sussex said: “[It’s] hands down the best thing you can do for your body.

“Your body changes immediately.”

She added, “Give it two classes and you’ll see a difference.”

As for her diet, Meghan told Best Health that she tries “to eat vegan during the week and then have a little more flexibility with what I dig on the weekends.”

“But at the same time, it’s all about balance. Because I train the way I do, I never want to feel deprived,” she said.

“I think the second you do that is when you start gorging yourself. It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle.

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