The Duchess of Cambridge maintains a daily diet programme and is thought to be passionate about health and fitness. According to reports she starts the day by making a kale, spirulina, matcha, spinach, romaine and coriander smoothie for breakfast.
Kate is also said to love tucking into goji berries between meals, according to MyLondon.
The small red fruits are a huge part of Chinese culture as they are said to trace back more than 2,000 years to when a doctor visited a village where everyone was more than 100 years old.
However, while Kate is said to also enjoy a healthy watermelon salad when lunchtime arrives, she is also keen to stick to some “relatable” classics many Brits can relate to.
Behavioural expert Darren Stanton said on behalf of Coffee Friend: “Kate’s favourites are much more in line with what a lot of people would eat these days and she’s partial to trying new food trends, such as a raw food diet, plant-based meals or matcha in her coffee or green smoothies.
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“However, her diet consists of a lot of the nation’s old favourites too, like curry and sticky toffee pudding – it’s hearty food and very relatable.
“Kate’s food tastes could suggest why she is arguably one of the most popular Royal Family members, she is in touch with what the masses like, she can relate to them and them to her.”
Curry with the Cambridges can be quite a spicy sitting, with Prince William revealing his wife “likes a bit of spice”.
However, the Duke of Cambridge also said he was “not too good” at handling the extra flavour.
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