How Kate Middleton Lost The Baby Weight Only Weeks After Delivering Her Third Child

Duchess Kate Middleton stole some attention away from Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s royal wedding on May 19th, as it was easy to notice how much she trimmed down only weeks after giving birth to her 3rd child. 

Sources have revealed to OK! exclusively just how she was able to lose the post-baby weight in such a short amount of time, which includes a combination of simple workouts and a no starve diet that is perfect for the busy mom.

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Kate stays fit amid running after her two young children (Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 3) as well as the stress of having an almost 2-month old newborn (Prince Louis), by getting in some quick, low-intensity workouts into her busy schedule.

“She’s always been sporty and likes to exercise because it makes her feel good and keeps her energy levels up,” explains a palace insider, who also said that she has worked with a personal trainer after each of her pregnancies “to make sure she’s getting back into shape in a healthy but effective way.”

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The source also reveals that Kate has kept a healthy diet after giving birth, but that doesn’t mean she won’t occasionally treat herself. “Kate is focused on everything in moderation and eating smaller meals several times a day,” shares the insider. “She won’t touch processed food, but she does have a sweet tooth, so she never skips dessert!” Her favorite sweet-related indulgence? Dark chocolate!

At the end of the day, its all about balance for The Duchess. “It’s important to Kate that her routine be one that’s easy to maintain,” the source said. “After all, she’d never be able to take care of three kids if she were starving and exhausted!"

Watch the clip above! Have you used these methods similar to how Kate has after giving birth? Sound off in the comments! 


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