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Food Meghan Markle Has to Cut a Food from Her Diet When She Travels as a Royal

16:26  25 june  2018
16:26  25 june  2018 Source:   marieclaire.com

Prince Harry Is on a Royal Wedding Diet

  Prince Harry Is on a Royal Wedding Diet He's adopted Meghan Markle's healthy-eating lifestyle — swapping carbs and processed foods for "kale and quinoa" in his daily meal planAccording to The Daily Mail , Harry has been "following his fiancée’s love of 'clean eating'" and has lost more than seven pounds as a result. According to a source, this includes swapping carbs and processed foods for "kale and quinoa" in his daily meal plan. "Meghan has completely changed Harry’s diet," the source told Daily Mail. "She's got him juicing and he has lost at least half a stone, which is a lot for someone as skinny as he is.

Now that she 's a member of the royal family, Meghan Markle is subject to a whole host of strange, sometimes archaic rules and etiquette guidelines.One of

Now that she 's a member of the royal family, . Meghan Markle is subject to a whole host of strange, sometimes archaic rules and etiquette guidelines. One of those will change how the self-dec.lared foodie eats when she 's traveling to new cou,ntries. As a royal , Megh,an is not allowed t,o eat garlic

Meghan Markle smiling for the camera© Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc

Now that she's a member of the royal family, Meghan Markle is subject to a whole host of strange, sometimes archaic rules and etiquette guidelines. One of those will change how the self-declared foodie eats when she's traveling to new countries.

As a royal, Meghan is not allowed to eat garlic while traveling-at least not while she's on official royal visits anyway. Why? Pretty much for the obvious reason.

Per Sunday Express: "Garlic is banned from being included in foods eaten by royal family members. With many meetings between official visitors, it is thought to be advised against to prevent any awkward bad breath."

Harry, Meghan and Megan to crew British Airways royal wedding flight

  Harry, Meghan and Megan to crew British Airways royal wedding flight A British Airways (ICAG.L) flight will celebrate Britain's royal wedding on Saturday by flying to Canada with crew who are all named Harry or Meghan. Harry, 33, Queen Elizabeth's grandson and the sixth-in-line to the British throne, and Meghan Markle, 36, will marry on Saturday at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, in a ceremony set to attract huge attention around the world.

Now that she 's a royal , Meghan Markle has to follow a lot of strange, longstanding rules. One of them is that she can't eat garlic while traveling on royal One of those will change how the self-declared foodie eats when she 's traveling to new countries.

Now that she 's a royal , Meghan Markle has to follow a lot of strange, longstanding rules. One of them is that she can't eat garlic while traveling on royal One of those will change how the self-declared foodie eats when she 's traveling to new countries. As a royal , Meghan is not allowed to eat garlic

The rule doesn't seem likely to change any time soon, since Queen Elizabeth II notoriously hates garlic.

"We can never serve anything with garlic or too much onions," Darren McGrady, royal chef at Buckingham Palace, explained to RecipesPlus. "The Queen would never have garlic on the menu."

Members of the royal family are also not allowed to eat shellfish while traveling for royal visits, due to the high risk of food poisoning associated with the dish. This also makes logical sense-royal visits are scheduled down to the minute and a sick day due to food poisoning could cause a royal to miss an important event.

Meghan and Prince Harry's first official trip as a married couple will be to Dublin, followed by a Commonwealth tour of Australia, according to Sunday Express. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's tour of Australia will include visits to Fiji, the Kingdom of Tonga, and New Zealand. The tour has been planned to coincide with the Invictus Games, which will be held in Sydney from October 20 to 27.

Meghan Markle wore a dress that covers every inch of her shoulders — and people think it was a pointed response to her critics

  Meghan Markle wore a dress that covers every inch of her shoulders — and people think it was a pointed response to her critics They think her latest outfit might be a response to the shoulder shaming. © Provided by Business Insider Inc Meghan Markle and the queen Markle embarked on her first joint engagement with the queen on Thursday wearing a cream dress by Givenchy. It's hard not to notice the cape overlay that extravagantly covers every inch of her shoulders, which some people think it's a pointed reference to those who wanted her to keep covered up.

Here's everything we know about Meghan Markle 's diet and her favorite foods —as well as her tips for cooking and weight loss. But before she became royalty , Markle had a passion for cooking and writing recipes on her now closed lifestyle website, The Tig, and could be found frequently sharing her

Before Meghan became a royal , she chatted with Delish about her love of acting, cooking, and a great glass of wine. Turns out, she 's got some serious culinary She 's not exactly balling out on chili cheese fries and supersized milkshakes, but her diet gets a bit more relaxed. For breakfast, she would have

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Even Meghan Markle's Dog Has A Book Deal, So Now You Have No Excuse .
The royal dog is sharing his "rebarkable" story.Move aside, Salinger, because the adopted pup has penned his own autobiography, titled His Royal Dogness, Guy the Beagle: The Rebarkable True Story of Meghan Markle’s Rescue Dog. Okay, first–let's talk about the adorableness of the puns in the title. "Dogness"? "Rebarkable"? We simply do not deserve such preciousness.

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