Princess Eugenie will "probably eat less" in her new home in Portugal

Princess Eugenie will “probably eat less” in her new home in Portugal

Princess Eugenie, 32, splits her time between Portugal and the UK with husband Jack Brooksbank who serves as a tequila ambassador. The Princess of York has never looked better in recent photographs, especially as she only gave birth to her son last year.

Now that Princess Eugenie will be spending time in a different country and possibly eating different cuisine to the UK, a fitness expert spoke to to explain how the diet ‘Eugenie could change.

Sarah Campus, Founder of LDN MUMS FITNESS, said, “The Portuguese way of life is similar to a Mediterranean style. Many of the ingredients used in Portuguese dishes are healthy foods (fish, vegetables, fruits, herbs, cereals, etc.), however, many of these healthy ingredients end up being fried rather than roasted or baked.

“It is therefore essential for Princess Eugenie to be selective in her food choices if she eats out and entertains herself if she wishes to maintain her current slim and glowing state.

“The Portuguese have a love for olive oil which significantly benefits the body by being a powerful antioxidant, has strong anti-inflammatory properties, is high in monounsaturated fats and is not associated with weight gain or to obesity and contributes to radiant hair, skin and nails.

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“Princess Eugenie also needs to make sure she doesn’t eat too late, as this is very typical of the Portuguese way of life. Eating late at night can lead to several health risks, such as increased blood sugar, heart disease, obesity and acidity.

“Basically, the later you eat, the less prepared your body is for sleep, which can also have detrimental effects on your memory and efficiency for the next day.

“The Portuguese lifestyle can support anyone looking to maintain weight because it’s mostly about small portions and fresh ingredients. Its warmer climate makes you choose healthier foods and eat less.”

Sarah developed the diet and exercise routines that Princess Eugenie typically follows when she is in the UK.


She added: “Princess Eugenie is a very adventurous eater and has a wide variety of food tastes. She is a strong believer in a balanced diet combined with regular exercise, especially HIIT training.”

The princess admitted as much in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in 2016, saying: “I go to the park from 7am to 8am. I do circuits, which I love because they are fast: burpees, squat jumps, lunges , everything.

“It’s much better because I can’t run for long. Or I go with my best friend to this amazing women-only gym called Grace Belgravia.”

Sarah continued, “At breakfast, she particularly likes freshly baked pastries. At lunch, she will always go for the healthy option whenever possible, but she also likes veggie pizza at dinner.”

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In that same interview, Eugenie admitted that the “smell” of “fresh croissants coming in” during her morning gym class is always a temptation.

Sarah suggested: “She likes to cook for herself so she knows what’s in her food, but she likes to eat out and likes fries, doesn’t she! She particularly likes Italian food , but also other diverse cuisines.”

Eugenie admitted that Italian food is one of her favorites, saying: “Two of my favorite restaurants in London are Bocca di Lupo and the Palomar in Soho. For dinner, when I’m well, I cook my own food. When I’m being really bad, it’s Basilico pizza.”

Sarah further explained, “In terms of hydration, Eugenie’s staple is tea, along with coke and sparkling water, then in the form of alcohol she will usually reach vodka and soda. , but also partially a cocktail.”

The princess said in that same interview, “My favorite drink is vodka soda with lots of lime. I can’t beat that.”

The fitness expert noted: “Princess Eugenie has maintained a stable weight, following a healthy, nutritious diet and active HIIT training. Keeping up the pace is the answer to maintaining a healthy, sustainable weight.”

Regarding Eugenie’s workout routines, Sarah explained: “Regular HIIT workout, she’s a particular fan of squats, burpees and lunges – a mix of bodyweight and cardio. She trains regularly , gets up at 6:45 a.m. and starts at 7 a.m. – where she has her circuits done and then it’s done for the day.”

Michael Brigo, a Bri Go Personal Training personal trainer, also spoke to to break down Princess Eugenie’s diet.

He said: “As is well known, Princess Eugenie has lived her own transformational fitness journey and with healthy eating. It is very likely that her exercise regimen consists of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) doing circuits with a mix of bodyweight cardio exercises such as jump squats, burpees, high knees and lunges – just to name a few!”

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