Kate Middleton: Her trick for a glowing skin only takes a minute

Kate Middleton has a beauty hack you're guaranteed to love.

Kate Middleton: Her trick for a glowing skin only takes a minute
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Duchess Kate always looks stunning, whether it's in a green sequin dress or a Zara outfit. And because her looks are so popular, the pieces that the Duchess wears always sell out quickly. But apart from her cool outfits, how does she manage to look so radiant and have such good skin?

Hello! magazine has revealed the Duchess of Cambridge's beauty trick, and it's super quick, as the mum of three doesn't have time for an extensive beauty routine in the morning. Does that sound familiar to anyone else?

Ready in a min

Then here comes Kate's simple trick for radiantly beautiful skin without investing a lot of time in make-up and a thorough facial cleansing. Prince William's wife simply uses a terry cloth flannel to wash her face in the evening, and that's all!

She seems to have learned this trick from her former make-up artist Arabella Preston, because, as Hello! reports, according to Arabella, a terry cloth flannel is not only particularly good for cleansing the face, but also provides light exfoliation and good blood circulation for the skin.

Veggies diet

Another trick that helps Kate to get clear skin is that she eats very healthily—there is rarely any junk food or unhealthy snacks on her plate. Instead, the Duchess consumes lots of fruits and vegetables. Her healthy eating habits are not only reflected in her figure but also in her skin.

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables can help regulate appetite, lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer, reduce the risk of eye and digestive problems, and have a positive effect on blood sugar.

So, go grab on yourself a terry cloth flannel and a balanced diet for a more youthful-looking skin.

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