Kate Middleton follows ‘rapid weight loss’ diet but still enjoys ‘cheesy pasta’


Kate Middleton looks almost identical since the day she officially joined the Royal Family, after her wedding to Prince William at Westminster Abbey in 2011.

Kate, 40, has always been active and interested in keeping fit – even dating back to her university days when she played various sports, including rowing.

The Duchess looks amazing and reportedly stays a size six even after giving birth to three children by following a strict exercise and diet regimen.

LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 29: Catherine Middleton arrives to attend the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London, England. The marriage of the second in line to the British throne is to be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury and will be attended by 1900 guests, including foreign Royal family members and heads of state. Thousands of well-wishers from around the world have also flocked to London to witness the spectacle and pageantry of the Royal Wedding. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

As reported in the Daily Express, although the Duchess has not publicly confirmed her diet, she reportedly follows the Dukan diet.

The diet was made popular by Dr. Pierre Dukan, a French general practitioner, the diet claims to produce “rapid, permanent weight loss without hunger”, according to Healthline.

The four step diet primarily has people eating food high in protein and low in carbohydrates.

The first step is the attack phase, where slimmer’s start the diet by eating unlimited lean protein plus one and a half tablespoons of oat bran every day, lasts a week.

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Kate in one of her stunning birthday photos
Kate in one of her stunning birthday photos

The next step, which can last for anything from a month to 12 months, involves alternating lean protein one day with lean protein and non-starchy vegetables the next, plus two tablespoons of oat bran every day.

The third phase is the consolidation phase, which is five days for every pound lost in phases one and two, and involves eating unlimited lean protein and vegetables, some carbs and fats, one day of lean protein weekly, and two and a half tablespoons of oat bran daily.

Finally, the fourth phase is the stabilization phase, which is indefinite as slimmer’s are urged to follow the consolidation phase guidelines but loosen the rules as long as their weight remains stable.

According to Mail Online, the Duchess’ diet is varied and involves plenty of fruit and vegetables.

For breakfast, she usually eats a smoothie made of kale, spirulina, matcha, spinach, romaine, coriander leaves, and blueberries.

As for lunch, the Duchess reportedly eats raw and cold foods such as gazpacho, watermelon salads, tabbouleh, and ceviche.

However, although Kate is not a vegetarian, she reportedly prefers to eat meat and fish-free meals.

During the Cambridges’ royal tour of India, Raghu Deora – who was responsible for cooking for the couple while they stayed at the Taj Mahal Palace – revealed the pair’s lunch would be vegetable kebabs and lentil curry.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for the first Earthshot Prize awards ceremony

The chef told Hello! magazine: “It is all vegetarian because I was told that was what they preferred.”

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But the Duchess does occasionally cook meat, in particular for her husband, whose favorite dish is thought to be chicken.

In 2010, royal writer Katie Nicholl said: “In the evenings, she [Kate] indulges her hobby of cooking William’s favorite supper, roast chicken.

“That’s their idea of ​​the perfect night.”

Although people following the Dukan diet usually eat few carbs, Kate reportedly treats herself and her family to pasta once in a while.

During a visit to Lavender Primary School in Enfield in 2019, Kate mentioned cooking cheesy pasta with her children, according to People.com.

Teacher Matthew Kleiner-Mann told the news website: “She was telling us how much her children love cooking and how they cook for her.

“They made cheesy pasta the other day.

“One stirs the flour, one puts the milk and butter in. And they make salads and stuff.”

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