Kate Middleton diet: The royal’s’secret is consistency’ – ‘no wonder she’s glowing at 40!’

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Kate Middleton diet: The royal’s “secret” is consistency – “it’s no surprise she’s glowing at 40!”

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is turning 40 today, and she has never looked better.

Kate’s diet and exercise routine, as well as how she looks so “naturally athletic,” were discussed exclusively by dieticians for This website.

Kate Middleton was born on January 9, 1982, and she married into the Royal Family in 2011.

Her figure has never been questioned as she approaches her 40th birthday.

According to a dietician, the mother of three is very athletic and eats a very healthy diet, which explains “why she looks so great at 40.”

The Slimming Clinic’s Medical Director, Dr Charlotte Norton, spoke exclusively to This website about Kate’s diet and exercise routine.

“The Duchess of Cambridge is well-known for being naturally athletic and a huge supporter of spending time in nature and staying fit,” Dr Norton said.

“Also, given her senior royal status, you’d think she eats well, which makes it easier to understand why she looks so good at 40!”

“We all know Kate’s ability to look great in any dress, skirt, or pair of trousers is a result of her incredibly toned figure, even if she also has impeccable style.”

“Of course, Kate’s naturally slim figure is due in part to genetics, but it’s no secret that the royal mother-of-three enjoys all things athletic and is said to enjoy a good workout.”

“She has been known to enjoy sports, whether it’s cross country, tennis, or walking,” the expert stated.

Dr. Norton elaborated on what women of a similar age can do to follow Kate’s diet.

“Kate Middleton is very relatable (even down to her diet),” she continued, “and I believe that is one of the reasons why the nation adores her.”

“She’s a well-known cook who doesn’t shy away from pizzas, pasta, and curries, which we all love.”

“The key to replicating Kate’s diet is to maintain a healthy balance of food groups.”

“What you eat becomes even more important as you get older.”

Dr. Norton explained, “Protein (meat, fish, dairy, legumes, and nuts), carbs (whole grains), lipids (healthy oils), vitamins, minerals, and water are all essential for maintaining a healthy diet.”

“I believe Kate has always lived a healthy and active lifestyle,” she continued.

“It was clear from a young age that she was an.

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