What Is the Secret to Meghan Markle's Banana Bread?
The Duchess of Sussex has been tight-lipped on the bread and Inside Edition may have uncovered the secret.
Meghan Markle has social media in a frenzy as fans and royal watchers speculate about what could be in her banana bread.
On Wednesday, the duchess brought a homemade banana bread loaf to one of the stops of the royals' tour of Australia.
The duchess has been tight-lipped about what it is in the banana bread, but the secret ingredients are believed to be chocolate and ginger.
Lifestyle expert Alejandra Ramos showed Inside Edition how to make banana bread with that special Markle sparkle.
She said that the ginger gives the bread a "nice spice, almost exotic flavor."
For other banana bread inspiration, see a list of recipes from "The Rachael Ray Show" here.
Markle donned a stunning dress Monday during the tour in Australia, which People magazine called her "most daring look yet."
The pregnant Duchess of Sussex wore a striped linen maxi dress with a thigh-high slit on day seven of the Aussie tour with Prince Harry.
She secured the dress with her hand to ensure that a breeze didn't reveal too much. At one point she cradled her growing baby bump with both hands.
The fatigue of pregnancy may be catching up with her as she skipped the official awards ceremony of the Invictus Games, which her husband founded in 2014.
"After a busy program, the duke and duchess have decided to cut back the duchess's schedule slightly for the next couple of days, ahead of the final week-and-a-half of the tour," the palace said in a statement.
On Sunday afternoon, she was with her prince for a boat ride to watch the sailing finals, wearing black jeans and sneakers.
An American soldier gave Harry a giant bear hug and lifted the prince right off his feet, much to the delight of his wife.
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