'Suits' Star - And Prince Harry's Fiancee - Meghan Markle Eats 'Vegan During The Week'

In the lead-up to her wedding to Prince Harry, Markle eats plant-based five days per week
The celeb is a self-described 'foodie' (Photo: Facebook)

Actor Meghan Markle has said she eats 'vegan during the week', as she reportedly preps for her wedding to Prince Harry.

The 36-year-old Suits star has told Hello Magazine that she tries to eat as clean as possible, committing to plant-based foods during the week, and being more 'flexible' at weekends.


"I just try to avoid the things that I know are going to make me feel lethargic or sluggish," she said. "I eat mostly just fish and veggies – but I am also a foodie.

"When I'm filming, I'm conscious of what I eat. 

"I try to eat vegan during the week, and then have a little bit more flexibility with what I dig into on the weekends."

According to the publication, Markle may revert to her 'filming' diet in the lead-up to her wedding - which involves porridge with banana and agave syrup for breakfast, salad for lunch, and dinner is typically soup or pasta.


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