18 February 2019
The most important part of the royals beauty routine
In her recent appearance at the BAFTAs, the Duchess of Cambridge confirmed a theory: queens and princesses don’t take care of their hair or their face the most. The royals most important part of their routine is less obvious.
Sofía Lázaro – Themost anticipated moment of the 2019, The British Academy Film Awards, did not disappoint: Kate Middleton appeared with earrings rescued from Lady Di’s jewelry box and a dress by Alexander McQueen, an asymmetrical bridal look that should go straight to the Pinterests of all the brides of 2019 and years to come. Although it is not the first time that the Duchess of Cambridge wore her mother-in-law’s jewels , that wasn’t the detail that caught our attention the most.
It was her arms: perfectly toned and slightly muscled, with no trace of flaccidity. Kate Middleton has been an accomplished sportswoman since she was a child: skating, swimming, playing tennis, hockey, skiing, polo and especially rowing (she had to leave her team because of the constant presence of the paparazzi), practices that have left perfectly sculpted arms — reminding us of another iconic image …
Right! Her sister-in-law Meghan Markle dressed in Stella McCartney while leaving Windsor Castle for the reception of her wedding with Prince Harry in May 2018. Who didn’t feel ‘arm envy’ when they saw the Duchess of Sussex with those shoulders and forearms perfectly defined by the impeccable halter-neck dress. Her secret? A lot of effort! Meghan follows the method of Tracy Anderson (and has even gotten Harry to join in ), a celebrity favorite when it comes to personal training.
And, of course, it’s impossible to talk about royals and their defined arms without mentioning her: Mrs. Letizia steals the attention of the international press every time she wears a sleeveless suit with her incredibly defined arm muscles. In this article we already spilled all her (many) secrets that contribute to a figure that looks more like it was sculpted out of marble than flesh. In her fitness routine the queen practices yoga, often goes to the gym, attends Zumba two or three times a week and has started to enjoy to the benefits of power walking. Let’s face it: maybe they are princesses by luck, but some royal arms (at least these) weren’t built by chance…