Kate Middleton: How The Duchess Lost The Baby Weight So Fast, Pippa’s Part In Shedding Pounds

Kate Middleton sure didn’t take any time to get back to her slender and fit physique after giving birth to her second little one, Princess Charlotte. The Duchess is looking even more svelte and slender than she did before becoming a mommy to her two little tykes. Most recently, Kate stepped out looking stunning, stylish, and trim for World Mental Health Day. She looked radiant as always while wearing a recycled Tory Burch “Paulina” dress, and she almost appeared too trim to believe that Middleton only gave birth to Charlotte five months ago.

 Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at Harrow College to mark World Mental Health Day on October 10, 2015 in Harrow, England. (Photo by Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool /Getty Images)

So how did the lovely royal manage the speedy weight loss? Hollywood Take relays the Duchess’ reported regimen, who perhaps gained some of her tips from fitness powerhouse sister Pippa Middleton.

“Kate Middleton’s post-baby body looks amazing! Relying on yoga, running and juicing, Princess Charlotte’s mom dropped the weight in record time. And her newly slim physique was on full display when she and Prince William went to visit Harrow College for World Mental Health Day this weekend. They spoke to volunteers for the charity Mind about the anti-stigma campaign Tome to Change.”

A source shared that Kate went to the measures of hiring a personal trainer throughout her pregnancy with Charlotte and continued on with the fitness adviser and trainer after she gave birth. The insider communicated the Duchess’ reasons behind her quickly fading post-baby frame with People back in June. It is, however, worth revisiting as Kate has clearly shed even more weight since mention was made about her fitness goals and the help she enlisted.

“The unnamed trainer is well known for having an exclusive clientele of A-list celebrities, including members of the royal family and executives. The trainer is said to have been ‘brought on board while she was pregnant and is super discreet. It’s a lot of money, but you get a lot for the price. The trainer checks in remotely with Kate by phone every day as well as seeing her in person once a week.'”

After giving birth to Charlotte back in early May, Kate has also selected wisely in regards to the food she eats. Sources share that the royals go organic and turn to fresh fruits and veggies for juices. Reportedly, Kate’s sister Pippa was on board to ensure her older sister received regular deliveries of fruits and vegetables to her home shortly after Kate gave birth. Kate is clearly maintaining focus on her healthy diet. Kate also makes sure to eat lean meats for energy and necessary protein.

The source indicates via People that the diet is not one that is terrible or unpleasant.

“The food is very elegant and actually feels like food you would eat at a restaurant.”

It is always the case that diets and workouts can be torturous to follow. Clearly, Middleton has found one, along with the direction of a trainer, that has a rejuvenating, pound-shedding effect. It would be lovely if the masses could follow suit, however, the cost is clearly a bit high for most. Surely Pippa’s advice and inspirational fitness enthusiast ways come in handy while Kate stays busy chasing her little prince and princess around. We all need that sister or loved one who has the advice and knowledge to help us along the way without a cost attached.

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - JUNE 21: Pippa Middleton Finishes the London To Brighton Bike Ride For British Heart Foundation on June 21, 2015 in Brighton, England. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)

Pippa Middleton has been in headlines as of late due to the grueling races she has partaken in and obviously trained hard for. The latest one included a 47-mile swim/run race, which the beauty easily completed. Although it doesn’t look like Kate is seeking to tackle any marathons or triathlons like Pippa, she certainly has gotten the physique back for it.

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