Prince William's wife Kate Middleton has bounced back quickly from having her third child earlier this year. Sources told a British publication the secret regime that has helped Middleton stay so svelte, which includes a major diet and exercise program. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to baby boy Louis six months ago, but you wouldn't know it from her slim frame. Scroll down Radar's gallery for more on the new mum.
William's wife, 36, has had three babies in the past five years but looked a lot like Catwoman in a recent photo, wearing skin-tight jeans and a black polo-neck as she showed off her tennis skills during a royal event. Haters have often blasted Middleton as scary skinny.
She had Prince Louis in April and is now returning to British public life. A royal insider said, "Kate was concerned about the effects on her figure of a third child, particularly as she is also moving towards her late 30s. So she has made an extra special effort in toning up."
Rumor has it Middleton has been doing multiple sets of leg raises on a large mat, while resting her head on a feather pillow. She also reportedly follows the Mutu System, a 12-week online program of post-natal exercise to strengthen her pelvic floor.
Middleton spins on her exercise bike to keep her weight down. The royal beauty also swims at the private pool at Buckingham Palace. The Duchess and her husband also have a private swimming pool at Anmer Hall, Norfolk, the private family home given to them by the Queen.
Ever since the birth of her first child, Prince George, Middleton has worked with personal trainer Louise Parker, who believes that every baby can take its toll. The trainer is intent on helping a client strengthen her upper back and core.
To keep her figure, Middleton drinks "green" smoothies that often contain the algae spirulina, kale or spinach. She favors lunches of lean protein and salads flavored with garlic, ginger, herbs or lemon. There have been times Middleton has looked painfully thin, but now, fans think she looks just right!
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