The Secrets of the 'Markle Sparkle': How Meghan Gets That Glow
The future royal is showing off her natural glow, without the makeup.
Meghan Markle’s engagement to Prince Harry has much of the world buzzing about how the American beauty is said to have a certain glow about her.
Dubbed the “Markle Sparkle,” the Suits actress' shine is the product of dedication, a healthy diet and lots of exercise.
She is a fitness fanatic and told Shape magazine in 2014 that she does hot yoga and loves jogging to stay in shape. Markle’s mother is a yoga instructor.
Diet also plays an important role.
“I eat mostly fish and veggies, but I am also a foodie,” she told Shape. “So at the weekends, all bets are off.”
She added that she drinks a vitamin-loaded green juice when she needs a “pick me up.”
Markle also insisted that she believes it is “important to maintain a healthy lifestyle” especially when working long hours like she did on the set of Suits.
Her fiancé is also no slouch in the fitness department. The day after the engagement announcement, Prince Harry was spotted on a morning run.
The actress also once hosted a cooking segment on the Today show where she served grilled shrimp with romaine lettuce.
Before photo shoots she really cuts back by abstaining from gluten and wine, and switches to an all-vegan diet.
As she celebrates her engagement, Markle appears to be wearing very little makeup.
Inside Edition asked makeup artist Jaida Kyi to break down her fresh-faced look.
Makeup artist Jaida Kyi pointed out to Inside Edition that Markle's fans are used to seeing her with smoky eyes and bronzer but in recent engagement shoots with Prince Harry, she has opted for a clean and natural look and exposing her freckles.
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