Woman’s Day (NZ) - - News -

She has al­ways been nat­u­rally slim, but the Duchess of Cam­bridge has told pals she has to work harder to stay in shape since hav­ing her three chil­dren.

“Kate might look tiny to most of us, but she in­sists she’s been work­ing hard to tone her tummy after giv­ing birth to lit­tle Prince Louis last year.

“She sees her trainer Louise Parker twice a week and they work on keep­ing Kate’s body long, lean and sculpted. She loves do­ing sit-ups on a Swiss ball, as well as gen­tle weights and plenty of car­dio. She jogs for 5km most days or goes for a cy­cle.”

And while she’s not a fan of fad food regimes, Kate, 37, tries to fol­low the Dukan diet, which is low on carbs and high in pro­tein.

“A typ­i­cal day might start off with some oat­bran por­ridge, fol­lowed by a salad for lunch, and fish with ku­mara and veg­eta­bles for din­ner.

“Kate tends to go for sim­pler foods they can all eat to­gether as a fam­ily, so she likes that the diet plan fits into her life­style and never makes her feel de­prived.”

Kate keeps her lean fig­ure with the help of a high-pro­tein diet.

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