Since it was announced that Prince Harry had proposed to his American fiancée, there has only been one name on everybody's lips - Meghan Markle.
We wanted to find out how the Suits actress manages to stay so balanced, healthy and fit despite her very hectic lifestyle. Here's what we found:
While it may seem that Meghan has followed in her father's footsteps by working in the TV industry (he is an Emmy Award-winning lighting director), the actress told Women's Health that she has definitely been inspired by her mother's work as a yoga instructor.
"I love an intense Vinyasa class, and even better if it's blasting hip-hop and done in a dark room with candlelight."
"There are so many benefits that come with the practice of yoga... increased flexibility and muscle strength, greater happiness, increased mental focus, a greater ability to relax, decreased anxiety and better sleep," she told Best Health.
2. Meditation and Self Care
When it comes to meditation, the 36-year-old says that running and staying active is what works best for her.
"As I’m getting older, my approach to ageing is quite different. I make sure that I take care of my skin and body, especially with the work hours I have.
"And I don’t just take care of myself for aesthetic reasons but because how I feel is dictated by what I’m eating, how much rest I’m getting and how much water I’m drinking.
"If I don’t have time for a long workout, I’ll grab my dog and go for a quick run. Being active is my own moving meditation," she told Best Health.
3. Skip the Coffee
Meghan told Shape magazine that if she's in need of an energy boost she'll reach for a green juice.
"Definitely a green juice. I think that trying to go for coffee or anything like that only end up hurting you in the end so to get a really good natural source of energy, have a great green juice or even a kombucha - I'll have that sometimes.
4. Hit the Gym
Megan has an incredible figure that she clearly works hard for. In the past, she has posted some of her routines to her Instagram account and they are no joke!
"My health, my state of mind, the feeling you have after a workout; all of these things drive me to step onto my mat or go to the gym. Sometimes the idea of working out sounds absolutely dreadful, but I always remind myself of how good it will feel afterwards. Euphoric, almost!," she told Women's Health magazine.
5. Workout on the go
Meghan regularly works out with her personal trainer Craig McNamee in the Catalyst gym in Toronto. However, as someone who travels regularly (and will soon be moving across the pond) Meghan doesn't take any breaks.
"I'm eager to come to the UK to do a workout with Russell [Bateman], the founder of SBC. My friend Millie Macintosh raves about his workouts, so I’ll call her up to do a class together next time I’m back in London.she told Women's Health.
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