Meghan Markle is still on maternity leave after giving birth to her and Prince Harry's first child in May, and as for all celebrities, people are now wondering about her approach to getting back in shape. According to sources, the Duchess is not stressing about getting back to her pre-baby body and is taking time to let her body heal from childbirth. Her main focus lays on enjoying this special time with little Archie and getting comfortable in the family's new home in Frogmore Cottage. Meghan is in no rush hitting the gym or putting to much pressure on herself at this time, and that sounds like a healthy approach.
According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, Meghan is allegedly only doing postnatal yoga at the moment and is carefully doing anything too strenuous. Meghan being an avid practitioner of yoga, it is safe to assume she knows what she is doing, and is being gentle on her body. Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, is a yoga teacher, and it has been reported that she taught Meghan both postpartum yoga and baby yoga while visiting her daughter and grandson. Apart from yoga, Meghan has also been going for walks around Windsor Great Park with baby Sussex, but she has not yet taken up running, which used to be one of her routines in the park in Kensington.
As reported by ET Online, Meghan has had a holistic and natural approach during her pregnancy and has always been open to natural remedies and clean eating. It seems as if her green lifestyle has influenced husband Prince Harry, who reportedly has started working out more as well as smoke and drink less than he used to.
Before her pregnancy, Meghan made no secret about her love for yoga and fitness and was always seen in and out of the gym or yoga studios. Katie Nicholl also reports that the Duchess allegedly is a member of a private fitness club called the Skinny B**ch Collective, where clients are treated to intensive classes.
As a celebrity, there is a tremendous amount of pressure to 'snap back' in shape after giving birth, so it is great to hear that Meghan is not rushing anything, but listens to her body and is being gentle to herself.