When you’re well on your way to becoming a princess, it is no wonder everyone wants to find out how you keep in shape and what you do to look so glamorous, every single day.
So when we found out that one of Meghan Markle’s go to beauty-products cost just £5, we could hardly believe it.
What’s better is that it isn’t from an obscure, niche producer – in fact you can pick up a bottle from your local Boots.
Yes, Meghan’s secret to flawless, hydrated skin is from Nivea! During an interview with Beauty Banter the actress revealed she always relies on a supply of Nivea Q10 Firming body lotion.
She said: “I use this religiously. It’s honestly my favourite lotion on the market, it’s so affordable, and makes my skin look and feel amazing. I would buy a case of this at a time if I could find it.”
Buy it now from Boots for £5.29
The lotion costs just £5.29 for a 250ml bottle from Boots. According to the description this lotion will…
Leave your skin feeling firmer and tighter Noticeably improve your skin’s firmness in 2 weeks Moisturise intensely for smooth and supple skin
Plus, it’s free from colourants so you won’t be rubbing those into skin.
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In a previous interview with The Express Meghan revealed that she had “been using [the cream] since school”.
The other items Meghan listed were a little more expensive but by no means un-affordable. She loves the NARS Blush in the Orgasm shade because it offers “A perfect rosy flush tone that brightens the face”. This blush will set you back £24 and there are 37 shades available in total. Meghan also prefers not to wear foundation, instead she goes for a Laura Mercier Illuminating Primer which costs £25.50 from John Lewis. She said: “I don’t wear foundation unless I’m filming so this is what I put on every day after moisturiser to give my skin a dewy glow. It’s not sparkly.” Prior to the wedding, it’s thought that Meghan will have a series of skin-illuminating facials. It is reported she sees the London-based facialist Nichola Joss. Joss’s technique is all about deep massage, which you can imitate at home, without having to pay the designer skincare price tag. Learn how to give yourself an effective at-home facial massage here. On the wedding day its expected that Meghan will embrace her natural beauty with an understated make-up look. “I predict that Meghan’s look will be all about glowing skin and a bold brow,” the make-up artist Lisa Potter-Dixon told the Telegraph. “She’s a natural beauty so doesn’t need much.” If it’s fit for a royal-to-be, it’s fit for us! Will you be giving it ago?