Meghan Markle's known for her healthy lifestyle. But how does her fitness routine change – if at all – since giving birth? Markle gave birth to her and Prince Harry's first child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6, 2019, so what's Markle doing in the post-birth phase to stay active? We explore the Duchess of Sussex fitness routine ahead.
What's Meghan Markle's post-baby fitness routine?
exact exact post-birth fitness routine, we can assume some form of yoga or gentle stretching. The Duchess of Sussex is a big fan of yoga and has been practicing for years. Her mother, Doria Ragland, is even a yoga instructor.
Markle's been in to running. Kensington Palace when she and Prince Harry lived in Nottingham Cottage.
It may be too much for Markle at this point in what's known as the fourth trimester, a time when a woman's body recovers from giving birth. But Markle and Prince Harry's newly renovated home in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage, has both a gym and a yoga studio, so Markle will likely take full advantage of those when she's ready.
Reportedly, Markle wanted a yoga studio with a "floating" floor in her and Prince Harry's home so they could do yoga with their little one.
Is Meghan Markle back to her regular fitness routine?
There is added pressure for celebrities to lose the baby's weight at lightning speed after giving birth. But Markle may not be one to hit the gym. Instead, she may opt to take her time.
The Duchess of Sussex embraced her post-baby body during a photocall with Prince's Trenchcoat style dress. Many have heralded Markle's clothing choice, applauding for showing off her bump.
How did Meghan Markle exercise during her pregnancy?
Again, we do not know exactly how Markle exercised during her pregnancy but we can assume some form of yoga because it's one of the duchess's favorite ways to exercise.
Moving to another country / continent did not stop Undoubtedly, Markle was unable to take part in prenatal yoga classes.
What types of exercise are safe for pregnant women?
Exercise during pregnancy is encouraged, according to the Mayo Clinic. Doctors recommend 30 minutes of moderate exercise daily. In fact, physical activity is shown to be a multitude of benefits including lessening backaches.
Getting into her pregnancy in great shape.
Whether or not Markle has been exercising, there's no saying that new mothers have to loose all the baby's weight and return to their pre-baby bodies. No matter how Markle's body changed during pregnancy, we know she'll look great no matter what.