Meghan Markle reportedly banned Prince Harry from drinking tea, coffee and booze
We're two days into 2019, and by now you've probably already broken your New Year's resolutions. Don't worry, there's always next year! It's easy to make plans to eat healthier, exercise every day, and stop drinking placenta smoothies, but difficult to put those plans into practice.
That is, unless you're married to the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. The American actress tied the knot with Prince Harry at Windsor Castle last May, and they're expecting their first child this spring. Since Meghan's preggers, she can't drink alcohol, and Harry gave up booze in solidarity. Now an insider says she's gone one step father, 'banning' him from drinking tea and coffee.
"Considering he’s been a pretty brutal drinker since he was a young teenager, it’s quite an achievement," an insider told the UK’s Express. “All she [Meghan] did was show him there’s another way to live and he’s become a huge fan,” said an insider. “He eats well, doesn’t poison his body, exercises, does a bit of yoga and is a lot happier."
Reportedly Meghan persuaded Harry to drink mineral water instead of booze, coffee or tea, which sounds healthier, but not nearly as fun. Also, is it even legal for British people not to drink tea? He could get deported! Anyway, during the royals' Christmas celebrations at Sandringham House, friends claimed Harry appeared "more chilled and relaxed."
This isn't the first time the Suits star has an impact on Harry's lifestyle; last March, she convinced the party boy to quit smoking. "Meghan is a beautiful influence on Harry," a source told People. “They both worked hard to be the healthiest they could be before they got married.”
But while Meghan Markle appears squeaky clean, recent reports suggest that she had a party girl past. The British tabloid The Sun recently published a series of a shocking emails, where Meghan allegedly boasts about giving free marijuana to guests and friends at her first wedding to Trevor Engelson in 2011.
According to a wedding guest, who is not named in the article, Meghan purchased the weed from a staffer at their hotel in Jamaica. Shen rolled into them into joints with filter tips, and packed them into the party bags. "It didn’t seem like it was really her thing," said the insider. "Trevor and his friends definitely had more experience with it."
The mystery guest continued: "She was excited about making that a thing, showing a cheeky side people wouldn’t have imagined she had, especially at her wedding ... It wasn’t great quality, I heard he didn’t pay much more than $100 for a couple of bags, but it didn’t really matter... People were surprised, but no-one seemed to be against it, it went down really well."
Well, I think it's safe to say there was no free marijuana at The Royal Wedding, although I love the image of Queen Elizabeth II sparking up a big fat blunt. Looks like your party days are over, Meghan and Harry. Enjoy the mineral water!