According to psychologist Darren Stanton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s diets reveal how much their lifestyles have changed since arriving in America.
Prince Harry ditched pizza and fast food in favor of healthier foods like quinoa and kale, the traditional Sunday roast.
Meanwhile, Meghan favors vegan or gluten-free meals in the week, likes banana oatmeal, hot water and lemon, homemade pasta, parmesan cheese, roast chicken.
Analyzing the couple’s favorite foods for UK coffee retailer Coffee Friend, Mr Stanton said: ‘In recent years it has been reported that Harry has given up junk food, including pizza, and is now embracing the Californian way of life. eating healthier foods, like lots of fruit, and sipping green smoothies.
“Meghan, on the other hand, eats pasta and lots of Parmesan cheese, especially homemade dishes that she can create herself in the kitchen, the recipes of which she has previously shared on her blog.
“Meghan seems quite adventurous and she shows it during the time she spends in the kitchen, she is passionate about creating and trying different meals – showing that she is open to new opportunities and change.
“Aware of the food she eats and wanting to adopt a healthier lifestyle, like many in California, Meghan is said to eat both vegan and gluten-free meals during the week.
“On the weekends, she is happy to push the boat out and indulge in things she would usually avoid – this ability to loosen up typical habits demonstrates her ability to be flexible and have fun while maintaining discipline.
“This idea lends itself to her persona where Meghan has a sense of seriousness about her, but at the same time isn’t afraid to let her hair down – and we see snippets of that when she’s pictured laughing and laughing. joking alongside Harry.
“Harry’s change in diet could be indicative of Meghan’s influence on him within their relationship to be more adventurous. Despite moving to the US, however, Harry still longs for a touch of tradition and is said to love a Sunday roast, with him and Meghan often cooking a roast chicken together.
“A quintessentially British dish, not only does it reflect a family bond that is still dear to him, suggesting that parts of his life in the UK are missing, but it also signifies how Harry drives away feelings of nostalgia as well.”