What All The Royals Actually Eat In A Day

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She looks to raw foods to lose weight.

Post-Princess Charlotte, Kate supposedly turned to a more fruit- and vegetable-forward routine. She was said to be super into ceviche, goji berries, gazpacho, watermelon salad, almond milk and tabbouleh after giving birth, not only because it was delish, but also because it helped her lose the weight she wanted to get rid of.
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She’s never mad about dessert.

Again, she’s really into holiday foods, meaning come time for Christmas feasting, she’s all about the cakes and pastries and batches of other sweet stuff that’s involved. Yes, Kate! ILY, Kate!!
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Nor does she shy away from gaining weight the healthy way.

Kate famously battled hyperemesis gravidarum during her pregnancies, which made it incredibly difficult for her to gain the weight needed to sustain herself. During those periods, she constantly turned to meals filled with healthy fats, like avocados, berries, and oatmeal.
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She loves to try new things.

Of geoduck, she said, “It’s really unusual. I’ve never seen it before. It’s so fresh from the sea.”
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Tea comes with a side, as well.

She’s really into a jam roly-poly or sticky toffee pudding accompaniment, for example. Yas, Kate, yas.
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The queen starts her day with tea. Always.

And with tea comes cookies biscuits. To mix it up, she’ll eat “toast and marmalade or, on special occasions, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and a grating of truffle,” The Telegraph reports. Oh, and “she prefers brown eggs because she thinks they taste better.”
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Then the drinking commences.

Pre-lunch is when Lilibet gets into her first drink of the day, which is typically a wine-based aperitif. Afterward, she’ll typically have a fish and some veggies for lunch. No starch, though. No starch almost ever!


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