Nutritionist Gabriela Peacock, a friend of the royal as well as her guru for all things nutrition, was unable to be at her social distanced wedding just a few weeks ago. However, she was there in spirit after helping Beatrice out as a client before the day.
Gabriela is said to have helped not only Beatrice, but her sister Eugenie ahead of her wedding to Jack Brooksbank.
In fact, Gabriela posted a picture of herself at a Eugenie’s wedding on the day, October 12, 2018.
Meghan Markle is also said to have worked with the health expert before her May 2018 wedding.
The nutritionist, who lives in France with her husband and two children, espouses a number of health and weight loss rules.
She advises eating 500 calories on alternating days, with one blow out day a week.
The nutritionist runs her own line of supplements and is coaching via video calls during the coronavirus.
Meghan Markle’s diet philosophy is said to help her keep slim after having her son Archie Harrison.
Meghan enjoys a green juice, she has previously revealed.
Meghan told Delish magazine in an interview before she was linked to Prince Harry: “Green juice is a food-as-medicine philosophy for me.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a keen runner. In fact, while at St Andrew’s university she took part in a daily morning running club.
The Daily Mail quote an insider who said Kate runs as often as possible “sometimes with Charlotte in her buggy and their dog Lupo at her side.”
She also enjoys hockey, a sport demanding a high level of cardiovascular fitness.
Running is the exercise credited with burning the most calories. Burning calories is key for keeping body fat low, especially in the stomach area.