Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, showed off her gorgeous blowout hairstyle while watching Wimbledon at the All England Club July 8.
Middleton, a longtime workout fanatic and tennis fan, cheered on fellow Brit Andy Murray court side while sporting a form-fitting cherry L.K. Bennett dress.
Kate, 33, was joined by husband, Prince William, who wore a navy blue suit.
Middleton, who gave birth to Charlotte in May, has regained her slim pre-baby body less than two months after delivery. Kate’s weight loss secrets are a low-carb diet and yoga workouts.
In 2014, Kate lost 29 pounds less than two months after giving birth to son George, thanks to a low-carb diet and yoga, the Examiner reported.
Low-carb diets such as the Atkins, ketogenic and Paleo diets fuel rapid weight loss by forcing the body to burn fat for fuel, said obesity expert Dr. Eric Westman, co-author of Keto Clarity.
Kate Middleton’s rapid post-baby weight loss secrets also include a daily organic diet of fresh green juices.
“Pippa arranged to have fresh juices delivered to Kate every three days,” said a source. “It was a surprise treat. Kate used to blend her own juices and this is much easier. She just enjoys green juice in the morning. It’s Kate’s go-to for an extra boost.”
The super-skinny Middleton has been nicknamed “the Smoothie Queen” because she loves to use her Nutribullet blender at home to make her own healthy fruit and vegetable drinks.
Kate reportedly swears by daily juicing to keep her skin glowing. “She’s buying fresh local produce,” sources said. “All organic.”
Middleton, a star college athlete, stayed fit during pregnancy by walking and doing prenatal yoga to keep her muscles lean and limber.
Kate Middleton’s other beauty secrets include the following:
- To keep her skin wrinkle-free, Kate uses Trilogy Rosehip Oil on her face.
- To prevent stretch marks, Kate rubbed Bio-Oil on her belly both during and after her pregnancy.
- To keep her skin glowing and minimize pores, Middleton uses Karin Herzog Oxygen Face cream.
- Kate covers her gray hairs with a vegetable-based hair dye instead of a chemical-based product.