Kate Middleton Banned from Saying These Words – the Strict Rules Revealed

KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, has long been admired for her grace, style and flawless figure. But what is the one reason Kate never watches her “portion size”?

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, is a beloved member of the British Royal Family. She is the mother of three children and especially for bouncing back in record time after each pregnancy. An expert claims the Duchess of Cambridge is likely to be a size six with a 24-inch waist. But why does Kate’s “portion size” have no bearing on this?

As a member of the Royal Family, Kate must follow a strict set of rules. These rules impact the way she behaves, speaks and interacts with others. Some words, in particular, are banned meaning she is not permitted to say them as they are deemed to be improper. The word “portion” is included on the list of banned words meaning Kate is not permitted to ever watch her portion size.

Describing a serving of food as a portion is reportedly more commonly used among the lower and middle classes. Instead, if she were concerned about meals, she would choose to watch her “helping size” which is the term used among the upper classes. Kate is also banned from saying the following words:

Mum and dad: Instead the upper classes refer to their parents as “mummy and daddy” which is why Prince Charles has been known to call his mother “mummy” in speeches.

Pardon: Pardon is a banned word among the upper classes instead they use “sorry” or “what”. Tea: Evening meals are not called tea by the upper classes, instead they are called dinner or supper. Toilet: Kate would never use the term toilet, instead she would say loo or lavatory. She also avoids using the terms gents, ladies, bathroom and powder room.

Posh: Posh is another banned word, instead royals use the term smart.

Perfume: Royals avoid using the word perfume, instead they prefer to use the term scent.

Lounge: Kate would never relax in a lounge or living room, instead she would describe this room as the drawing room or sitting room.

In terms of keeping healthy Kate has been known to follow the Dukan diet. The Dukan diet is a high protein, low-carb diet which sees followers eat a lot of meat, healthy fats and vegetables. The diet has four stages with lean proteins, vegetables, fruit and whole wheat bread key to the regimen.

Kate’s mother Carole Middleton is also said to be a fan of this diet and reportedly curbs any cravings she has with prawns and cottage cheese. Reportedly, the Duchess of Cambridge also keeps her calorie count low by drinking healthy juices every day.

The Daily Mail reported she drinks smoothies morning and afternoon, containing spirulina, kale, matcha (a finely ground green tea powder), spinach, lettuce, cilantro and blueberries”. She is also said to be a fan of the raw food trend which is thought to help contribute to her clear and bright skin, healthy hair and strong nails.

Her favourites are said to be ceviche, goji berries, gazpacho, watermelon salad, almost milk and tabbouleh. But Kate does not limit her diet either, she is known to indulge when she wishes. For instance, the mother-of-three is said to thoroughly enjoy curries.

According to Carolyn Robb, chef to the Royal Family for over a decade, Prince William enjoys spending time with Kate and her family because they eat together at the kitchen table like a normal family. The Duchess of Cambridge is said to love of cooking (curries, especially) and hosting meals where she personally serves her guests.

She is also known to enjoy the indulgent Christmas meal with the Queen in Sandringham which begins with a hearty breakfast before church and is followed by a large lunch of salad with shrimp or lobster, roasted turkey, and traditional sides like parsnips, carrots and Brussels sprouts.