Kate Middleton Turns to Special Cocktail to Help Her Keep Up With 2 Babies Under 2

Have you ever wondered how Kate Middleton manages to always look effortlessly flawless, even mere hours after giving birth to her second child, Princess Charlotte? We may now have the answer! According to reports, the Duchess of Cambridge relies on a daily dose of green juice for a little pick-me-up.

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As gift for her dear sister, Pippa Middleton reportedly made sure that Kate wold be stocked on juice as the new family of four settles into things at Anmer Hall estate in Norfolk.

"Pippa arranged to have fresh juices delivered to Kate every three days," revealed a family source. "It was a surprise treat. Kate used to blend her own juices and this is much easier."

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I bet it's easier! With two kiddos under two to take care of now, Kate probably barely has the time or energy to take a shower, let alone blend her own juices. And we know that the royal couple don't rely on the help that could be available to them at the snap of their fingers. Prince William recently admitted that Charlotte is keeping them up at night.

Anyway, the source said that Kate, 33, isn't dieting or going on a juice fast at all, but just adding it into her diet. "She just enjoys green juice in the morning. It's Kate's go-to for an extra boost," they said.

Side note: I wish all it took was a daily dose of green juice to look like Kate Middleton. Just saying.

William, 32, is apparently enamored with green juice too. The insider said, "Pippa was the one who got them into juicing. They all love it!" Will's sister-in-law knows her stuff too -- she's currently studying to become a nutritionist, and would like to write a book on healthy eating.

OK, it's probably more than just juice that makes Kate Middleton so fantastic -- overall health and happiness have a lot to do with that too. That being said, any extra boost you can get while raising a toddler and a newborn is a good thing.

Do you juice?

 

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