Meghan Markle has had to make some lifestyle adjustments since she married Prince Harry. All of your social media accounts have been closed and you can no longer take selfies. However, he may not have expected to give up his favorite food.
This may have been a difficult adjustment for Meghan, who once told Delish magazine that her favorite pasta dish, made with zucchini, is "dirty, sexy."
But aside from the ban on carbohydrates, the monarch and Meghan have much in common when it comes to food preferences.
Both prefer to adhere to a relatively healthy lifestyle, with the Queen, 92, eating bananas, which she eats in a real way by cutting "the bottom and cutting the banana along, and then cutting the banana into small slices to eat with a fork."
The Duchess of Sussex also maintains her healthy diet by following a mostly vegan diet, with the occasional exception.
But even though Chef McGrady said the queen "eats to live," compared to her husband, who "lives to eat," both the monarch and Markle have their vices.
For the queen, the chocolate chip cake is her favorite dessert and she will eat it all.
She is also known for having a glass of champagne with her dinner every night without fail.
Meghan is equally fond of a drink.
She said her favorite dessert is a "great and beautiful red wine", mainly Tignanello, which she revealed in her old lifestyle blog The Tig.
What else can Meghan do as a king?
Apart from the lack of pasta, social networks or selfies (which is to prevent the public from turning its back on royalty), there are some other changes that Meghan has had to make.
For example, she must abstain from voting, which can not be an easy sacrifice for the Duchess, a long advocate of women's rights.
Nor can she go out alone, although for security reasons, it is to be expected.
She needs to avoid seafood, since it is said that members of the royal family avoid seafood whenever possible to prevent serious attacks of food poisoning.
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It is said that Prince Charles has little respect for this rule, but apparently the Queen has never touched a shellfish in his life.
And strangely, you should always travel in mourning clothes.
This began when the father of Queen Elizabeth II, King George, died while she and Prince Philip were in Africa.
The couple had to travel in normal attire since no one had packed a black dress for the Queen.
The queen was forced to wait on her plane until they brought her a suitable outfit for mourning.
Now, each member of the royal family travels with funeral clothing just in case.