So just how does The Duchess of Sussex achieve such enviable skin?
Firstly, Meghan ensures she follows a balanced diet and avoids gluten whenever possible. Since ditching it, she’s noticed a huge change in her skin.
The former suits actress also keeps her skin well hydrated throughout the day with plenty of water and smoothies made of coconut water and berries.
Meghan also snacks on almonds which are rich in Vitamin E. She also enjoys almond butter now and then.
In terms of skincare routine, Meghan is very regimented and does ‘facial exercises’ with Nicola Joss who uses Lumity Facial oil when she massages her skin.
"I do facial exercises from one of my favourite aestheticians, Nichola Joss, who basically has you sculpt your face from the inside out. I swear it works, as silly as you may feel,” Meghan says.
“On the days I do it, my cheekbones and jawline are waaaay more sculpted. There's a reason she is in high demand around awards season when every actress wants to look A-plus.”
“I incorporate inner facial massage in my facials to relieve tension and stress in the facial muscles, working with reflexology and pressure points to eradicate fluids and puffiness and give a feeling of softness and lightness to the jawline and cheek area where we hold lots of tension and have tight muscles,” Nicole says.
“When you spend time massaging the facial muscles,” Nicole emphasizes, “you will immediately start working on the lymphatic system to help clear toxins and fluids. Massage will also help improve skin tone and texture, refine the pores, and keep skin looking clearer. This helps to lift the face.”
Meghan also has a few favourite products she uses. "I play around. I love Jan Marini skin-care products. I've been using their serum lately. It's a nice glycolic one that makes your skin really glowy. And I really love the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder. It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation. I also use Revitalash on my eyelashes, and I swear they are as long as they could ever be," she reveals.