Meghan Markle made her name as a well-known actress, most famously playing Rachel Zane in the US legal drama Suits. The 37-year-old later struck up
Meghan Markle made her name as a well-known actress, most famously playing Rachel Zane in the US legal drama Suits. The 37-year-old later struck up a relationship with Prince Harry, and ahead of their wedding earlier this year, she retired from her acting career. The Duchess of Sussex no longer has her own Instagram account, making it more difficult to get a glimpse at what her life is like. However, in the past, Meghan has revealed exactly what she likes to eat in the morning.
So, what is it that the actress-turned-royal typically eats when she wakes up each day?
In an interview with the website EyeSwoon in April 2015, Meghan shed some light on what her go-to breakfast is.
And, when quizzed about her breakfast routine, she said she would opt for an “Açaí bowl, clean cleanse shake, or a green juice”.
She added: “If I’m at a hotel I will likely order poached eggs and toast with avocado.”
Alongside the interview was a number of snaps of Meghan, which showed her whipping up the tasty food.
In one capture, Meghan could be seen holding a pack of pure Açaí, from the brand Sambazon.
So, how can you make the same breakfast as Meghan?
Açaí bowl recipe
Almond Milk – Healthy fats to boost skin and reduce inflammation
½ Banana – Boasts moisture, potassium, and vitamins E and C, which all promote clear glowing skin
Frozen Berries – A crucial element for general health, they can improve skin’s hydration and smoothness, and reduce inflammation
Manuka Honey – Renowned for its nourishing, moisturising effects that leave skin smooth and glowing whilst also boosting elastin production
Bee Pollen – Packed with vitamins and minerals, to help stimulate blood supply to all skin cells, detoxify the body and reduce the appearance of wrinkles
Coconut Flakes – Added fibre to encourage collagen production and keep skin looking fresh and healthy
Sambazon Original Blend Superfruit Pack – Pure Açaí packed with healthy omegas, antioxidants, protein and fibre boosting skin and hair health
1. Blend one frozen Açaí packet with 1/3 cup of almond milk, 1/2 banana, a handful of frozen berries.
2. This should be thick so add the milk sparingly as you go.
3. Top with coconut flakes, fresh berries, sliced banana, a drizzle of manuka honey, sprinkle of bee pollen (if you want), and serve immediately.
Sambazon Original Blend Superfruit Pack is available in the freezer aisle at Whole Foods Market and Ocado (RRP £4) and the Sambazon Pure Unsweetened Superfruit Pack is available from Whole Foods Market (RRP £4).
Sambazon Açaí bowls are also available to-go in Whole Foods Piccadilly, Kensington, Richmond & Fulham and Crussh branches across London. Purchase from the juice bar.
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