Meghan Markle’s Diet Is Surprisingly Easy to Follow—Here’s How

She's actually kind of a genius!

Meghan MarkleREX/Shutterstock Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have officially tied the knot, and now it’s time to live like any normal married couple would: Figuring out schedules, planning meals, and of course, figuring out which diet you want to go on together. Even though their official royal wedding menu looked absolutely indulgent, turns out Meghan sticks to a pretty strict diet that Prince Harry will have to get used to.

Markle’s Weekday Diet

During the week, the new Duchess of Sussex likes to follow a vegan diet. The Portland Press Herald reported that during her acting days, she publicly acknowledged in 2017 her preference towards veganism during the week.

Although it’s unclear of Meghan will stick to this weekday diet after getting hitched, it does seem like a healthy way of going about your week. Being vegan means not eating animal products, and for some, those animal products are the result of high blood pressure and cholesterol. By cutting down on these types of foods, it leaves a person free to enjoy the foods they love on the weekend. Find out the workout that Meghan loves to keep fit.

Some may find veganism to be restricting, but it can be more creative than you think. Our 95 vegan recipes even meat eaters will love are surprisingly delightful, and yes, will have you missing those meat-heavy dishes less and less.

Her Weekend Routine

The secret to Meghan Markle’s success? Indulging on the weekends. Which makes sense given that there was a lot of butter in the royal wedding cake. Treating yourself every now and then is important for a balanced diet. Next, find out the royal rules Meghan must follow now that she’s officially the Duchess of Sussex.

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Kiersten is the Social Media Editor at Reader's Digest and writes for Taste of Home and The Family Handyman. She firmly believes that no matter where you go, picnics are always a good idea. Especially if it’s paired with a good book. She’s an advocate for meal prepping and passionate about living a plastic-free life.