Meghan Markle is a duchess to take up arms

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When Meghan Markle landed in the british royal family to become their member more in the media and controversial of recent times, he did so with a very clear idea about how he wanted to deal with their institutional role and by dragging the customs that define the californian life-style, where she was born and raised.

From his time as a star of the small screen, the former protagonist of ‘Suits’ still retains a true passion for the sport and healthy eating -two of the main themes of your old blog The Tig-, and to his influence is attributed to the obvious physical change that she has experienced her husband prince Henry since they met.

According to rumors, the old grandson wayward queen Elizabeth II stopped smoking before their wedding in 2018, reduced the consumption of alcohol and began to follow a vegan diet in the week accompanied by intense workouts.

The current duchess of Sussex has always prioritized the physical exercise, either through the passion for yoga that he inherited from his mother, a teacher of this discipline, or with the help of professionals. In Toronto, where he lived before moving to the Uk, he trained with the same specialist who has helped Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky to create your app fitness, and by that time their physical routines included from the usual exercises to martial arts.

“I trained to Meghan when she was in Toronto during the filming of the series ‘Suits’. We did a little bit of martial arts, some boxing, and sometimes kickboxing”, has revealed his former trainer, Jorge Blanco, in an interview with Vanity Fair.

He can give a good account of that Meghan keeps the domain of the Spanish language that he acquired while doing an internship at the embassy of united States in Buenos Aires during the last year of university.

“I had a very good training with her because she is supersimpática and also speaks Spanish, so yes, with an argentine accent,” he said.