Kate Middleton has certain breakfast everyday to maintain size six figure and ...

KATE MIDDLETON, 38, is the Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, also 38. She has three children, but has maintained her size six figure for most of her adult life. Experts claim one breakfast is key.

PUBLISHED: 09:08, Thu, Sep 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:08, Thu, Sep 10, 2020

Kate Middleton and breakfastKate Middleton diet plan: Duchess of Cambridge has certain breakfast everyday to maintain size six (Image: GETTY)

In the past Kate Middleton has been rumoured to follow many diets and exercise plans. This includes the Dukan diet, which she is said to have followed in the run up to her to Prince William.

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The Duchess if famously tall and slim, and has always been sporty, which helps her maintain her figure.

However, diet always plays a part in our health and anatomy, so what does Kate eat?

Eating a healthy breakfast is key to staying slim, setting up good habits for the day.

Kate eats an especially healthy meal at the beginning of the day.

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A green juiceKate Middleton diet plan: Kate eats an especially healthy meal at the beginning of the day (Image: GETTY)

It has been reported that Kate drinks a green juice to kick off the day.

Her sister-in-law Meghan Markle is also a fan of a green juice.

Singer Adele, who has lost seven stone recently, has one green juice a day too.

What is in the Duchess of Cambridge's healthy morning smoothie?

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