Meghan Markle (born August 4, 1981) is an American member of the British royal family and former actress.
She starts her days early, reportedly at around 4:30 am, and almost immediately transitions into yoga. She was inspired by her mother, Doria Ragland, who was a yoga instructor, to incorporate yoga into her daily routine. Typically, she practices yoga in her home, though she also enjoys participating in hot yoga classes.
Markle is also a runner. She once stated that she needs to run “as much to clear my head as to keep in shape.”
After a workout, Markle gets to work. She reportedly starts sending out emails to her staff as early as 5:00 am.
According to social media posts, breakfast includes meals like avocado toast, omelet’s made with fresh herbs, and gluten-free pancakes.
In the afternoons, Meghan Markle is a pretty busy bee. She is very involved in multiple charities, including One Young World, World Vision, and UN Women. She often assists with organizing events for these organizations, and frequently speaks at them, too.
She and her hubby enjoy sporting casual attire and checking out film screenings. Markle once told Women’s Health that she gives herself “the luxury of downtime,” and that she and her husband are “so incredibly busy and juggling so many things, but I always take an hour to just decompress, watch mindless TV, snuggle with my dogs, and enjoy a glass of wine…”
It’s been reported that Meghan and Harry often like to just stay home, cook together, and kick back and relax while watching their favorite shows on Netflix.
Her favourite foods are relatively simple in concept: Avocado toast, veggie quinoa, fish tacos, pasta. The list goes on, but Markle’s preferences seem to stem toward whole, fresh food more than anything.
Markle told Eye Swoon in 2017 that her morning routine consisted of an açaí bowl, green juice, and cleanse shake.
According to Delish, Markle regularly ate oatmeal while filming her television show “Suits.” This was likely because she spent many hours working on set, and needed fuel to keep her going.
“Running has always been my form of moving meditation, which I relish because it allows me to get out of my head,” Meghan told Woman’s Health. She also revealed that she worked with personal trainer Craig McNamee when filming Suits in Toronto.