Kate Middleton has fans all over the world. The Duchess of Cambridge married into the Royal Family in 2007. Since she has become known for her impeccable style.
The Duchess is also admired for her figure.
Kate reportedly has a tiny midsection. An expert told Mail Online the royal is likely to be a size six and have a 24-inch waist.
So how does the Duchess stay slim? In the past it has been reported Kate follows a number of diet tips and tricks.
The wife of Prince William has been said to follow a low carb diet.
Kate was said to be following the Dukan diet.
What is the Dukan diet?
The low carb Dukan diet sees followers eat a lot of meat, some healthy fats and vegetables.
The diet has four phases. The first is called the “attack phase” and sees diets eat absolutely no carbs for 10 days.
The cruise phase sees carbs in the form of vegetables slowly introduced and is followed until the dieter reaches their goal weight.
Consolidation is next when previously banned foods are allowed.
If this is completed without putting weight back on then dieters enter the stabilization phase.
It has also been claimed Kate drinks healthy juices every day to stay healthy.
The Daily Mail reported she “drinks smoothies morning and afternoon, containing spirulina, kale, matcha (a finely ground green tea powder), spinach, lettuce, cilantro and blueberries”.
Kate has said in the past she enjoys cooking curries at home.
When eating with the Queen, Kate is sure to avoid carbs.
Her Majesty avoids rice, potatoes and pasta at night.
Kate is also a big fan of exercising, helping to keep her slender.
Speaking to Mail Online, a source gave a look into the exercise plan she has followed in the past.
They told the publication: “Kate is an exercise junkie. Pippa and Kate take their toned physiques extremely seriously.
“She and Pippa enjoy strenuous make-up-free aqua aerobics sessions and larky water polo with William and Harry.”
Want a flat stomach like Kate Middleton’s?
A five-minute at-home workout plan provides easy exercises for flat abs.
While going to the gym may be out of the question, an expert revealed some moves that can be done at home to tighten the core.
Krissy Cela, the founder of Tone & Sculpt, shared her top five moves for a slim waistline with Express.co.uk.
The workout can be completed in as little as five minutes and repeated for the best results.