Although Kate Middleton has an army of personal chefs at her disposal to eat whatever she wants, the duchess is forbidden to eat certain foods.
We already knew that the English royal family follows very precise rules about what they bring to the table. For example, the Windsors are forbidden to eat shellfish or other foods that are inconvenient to eat (so as not to embarrass themselves in public), but also raw meat and seafood, in order to avoid possible poisoning.
But there have been new revelations about it that have left fans speechless.
The Duchess of Cambridge can’t eat pasta for dinner, according to former royal chef Darren McGrady.
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The rule, as stated by McGrady, was implemented because the queen does not like carbohydrates, so chefs are not prohibited from offering them on the menu of the entire royal family.
In the Cambridge home, however, pasta is not off limits. Indeed, Kate Middleton is rumored to be a huge fan of pasta.
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Apparently she even made some homemade egg pasta herself to celebrate Princess Charlotte’s fifth birthday two years ago during quarantine.
The Duchess was forbidden not only pasta, but also other food; such as fish and chips – a typical English dish.
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This is always for the same reason: no carbs for dinner, so no potatoes. The same rule applies to rice.
Given the foods she is forbidden to eat and the healthy diet of the Duchess, the question naturally arises: what does Kate Middleton eat?
Kate follows a healthy and balanced but varied diet; preferring very rich vegetable salads for lunch and traditional English dishes for dinner; such as soups, meat and vegetable timbales and roast chicken.
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When it comes to staving off hunger during the day, Kate snacks on raw fruit and vegetables, although – as she’s said in the past – she likes to eat popcorn as a salty snack.
Organic food extremely rich in antioxidants, vegetables and fruits, as well as lean proteins in order to provide the body with all the nutrients and energy it needs.
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