The royal, who now lives in Los Angeles, with Prince Harry and their son Archie Harrison and their newborn daughter Lilibet Diana is clearly following a healthy lifestyle that includes fresh food and regular exercise.
Meghan, a mother-of-two, has long advocated the importance of eating a healthy diet. However, she doesn’t mind a little indulgence. Meghan starts her day with a healthy breakfast, and royal biography Finding Freedom reveals exactly what Meghan eats.
Markle said, “I always hope I’m having lunch together with people, so that we can share fries. It’s my favorite food group.”
According to the 38-year-old, she is usually hungrier at lunch, so she typically eats a heavier meal, followed by a lighter meal. Salads and sashimi are some of her favorite lunch options.
Meghan enjoys a few chips but is mindful of her health and tries to avoid eating gluten and dairy products during the week. She noticed a change in her skin and energy levels after cutting out certain food groups.
She said to Best Health that she tries “to eat vegan during the work week, and then has a bit more freedom on weekends,” she explained. “It’s about balance. Because I exercise the way that I do, I don’t want to ever feel deprived. The moment you do that, you will start to eat more. This is lifestyle eating, not a diet.”
Meghan is known to avoid caffeine during the afternoons and instead drink green juice for an energy boost.
She explained to Today: “It is easy to rush for coffee at 4 p.m. when it’s not the best time to do so. Blending some apple, spinach, lemon, ginger, and garlic in my early morning, and bringing it to work in the afternoon, gives me a better boost than a cup of espresso.
Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie say that “for snacks in between meals she chose apple slices and peanut butter.” We are so excited to try this next time we feel peckish.
Sunday dinner is Meghan’s favorite meal, and she enjoys cooking large meals for her closest and dearest.
“Sunday suppers are a favorite of mine,” she shared with Today Magazine.
“I love slow-cooking Filipino-style chicken adobo on Sundays. It’s easy: combine garlic, soy (or bragg Liquid Aminos), vinegar and lemon, then let the chicken cook in the sauce until it falls from the bone in a Crock-Pot.” Meghan isn’t a huge wine drinker, but she will admit to enjoying the occasional glass of wine. Tignanello, an Italian wine, was actually the inspiration for the name of her lifestyle blog The Tig. It was closed in 2017.
Meghan told Best Health previously: “Of course I’m going to drink that glass of wine. It’s delicious and it’s my favorite thing. Keep your choices within reason. You’ll feel fine if you know your body and what works best for you. “
The Duchess and Prince Harry delighted their hosts by surprising them at a farm on their royal tour to Australia. She presented them with homemade banana bread. Meghan made ginger and chocolate banana bread at Admiralty House to show her baking skills. It was described as “delicious”.
Meghan loves roast chicken, even though she is vegan most of the week. Because Prince Harry proposed to Meghan at Nottingham Cottage, they made the meal together.
Meghan told EyeSwoon that she occasionally craves mac and cheese.
“I buy the Annie’s organic version if I feel like it. But I also throw in some frozen peas and it makes a delicious, easy-to-make childlike meal. It was a favorite of mine to make it for my children, and it was a great way to bond with them. “
Prince Harry loved mac and cheese when he was younger. Darren McGrady, a former royal chef, previously said that he used to make the wholesome comfort foods time and again for Prince William at Kensington Palace. However, he wouldn’t like Meghan’s packet sauce!