Just like any other couple, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had to make some compromises when they started living together. In case you’re wondering what compromises we’re talking about and what Meghan did first when she moved into Nottingham Cottage, we have the answer.
Meghan reportedly threw away all the junk food. According to Daily Mail, “Meghan completely changed Harry’s diet.” Before she came, he used to eat burgers and pizza, but then changed it for fruit smoothies and green juice.
Before their wedding in May last year, Prince Harry started working with Gabriela Peacock, the founder of GP Nutrition and the royal family’s nutritional adviser, he started working out, and he started eating quinoa and kale. His sudden change to a healthy lifestyle was rather noticeable among his friends, as he wasn’t nearly as health-conscious before Meghan.
Katie Nicholl, the author of the book Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, reveals how Prince Harry’s friends reacted to his change and his interest in yoga: “We all ribbed him a bit because he suddenly got super healthy. It was obviously dating Meghan that kicked off his health drive.” Given that Meghan Markle’s mother is a yoga instructor and she alone has been practicing yoga for years. She was also the one to help Harry quit smoking.
“Meghan is a beautiful influence on Harry. They both worked hard to be the healthiest they could be before they got married,” People reported. “They both felt amazing leading up to the wedding. And he couldn’t have done it without her support.”
“Meghan met Charles and was bowled over by his charm,” a family source told the Daily Mail. “She told Harry he was wonderful: welcoming, warm, hard-working kind and stable…She made it clear that he should appreciate him and bond more.”