What Does Kate Middleton Eat? A Peek Into Her Royal Diet


​Kate Middleton's breakfast

​The mother of three is known to be a big fan of smoothies just like her sister-in-law Meghan Markle. According to Hello Magazine the Princess likes to combine kale, spirulina, matcha, spinach, romaine lettuce, cilantro leaves, and blueberries to make a nutritious morning smoothie.

​Oats are good

​Kate also loves to eat a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. Now we know, the secret behind her glowing and radiant skin.


​Kate is not a strict vegetarian, but reports suggest that she often goes for meat-free dishes for lunch. When she came to India with Prince William, chef Raghu Deora made meals for the pair at Taj Mahal Palace. He had revealed that he had made lunch consisting of lentil curry and vegetable kebabs.

​Kate loves sushi

​The Princess of Wales loves sushi. Her favourite is salmon sushi and Japanese chef Akira had made a delectable plate for her when she visited Japan House London.

​Kate's other favourites

​Reports also suggest that Kate's healthy favourites also include watermelon salads, tabbouleh, ceviche, and gazpacho.

​Wholesome evenings

​The Princess enjoys evening meals that include roasts, pastas, and curries. When Kate was seven months pregnant with Prince George, she’d often enjoyed a homemade vegetable curry made by Chan and Hash Shingadia. This Indian couple are close family friends of Kate's parents Carol and Michael. Chan revealed to 'US Magazine', "The Duchess has come in several times for our curries, before she got married, and quite a few times afterwards."

​She loves it spicy

​Princess Kate loves it a bit spicy too, something she had talked about before her royal tour to India with husband Prince William. She'd also mentioned that she reduces the spice levels when she makes homemade curries for her kids.

​Some roast please

​It’s said that Kate loves a good chicken roast and the royal kitchens are adept at making it. Incidentally, Prince Harry and wife Meghan also seem to love dish.

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