Inside Kate Middleton’s £55,000 wellness spending including gym membership and groceries


It’s no secret that the royal family leads luxurious lives, and even their health and fitness regimes are extremely lavish.

The Duchess of Cambridge, known for her love of exercise, is a royal who does not compromise on health.

Kate, 40, has a very healthy lifestyle of strict fitness and beauty regimes, which come with high prices.

The Duchess spends thousands of dollars on her health and well-being, and even her family grocery store and Prince William’s are selling at an exorbitant price.

Here we take a look at Kate’s lavish wellness spending…



Kate Middleton spends thousands on her health and wellness

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Rowing

Kate is well known to love rowing, and she was even a member of the Sisterhood cross-Channel rowing team in 2007.

Although she eventually had to back out of group workouts for safety reasons, it appears she hasn’t given up on the sport.

Roberto Fiorito, co-host of the The Royally Obsessed podcast previously revealed to Harper’s Bazaar that the Duchess has her own rowing machine at home.



The Duchess is known for her love of rowing
The Duchess is known for her love of rowing

It would only be fair if Kate had the best rower, and it is believed to be Hydrow, a rower founded by US national team rowing coach Bruce Smith.

The most lavish bundle contains a Hydrow rower, machine mat, Polar Verity Sense heart rate sensor, Jaybird Vista wireless headphones, workout mat, yoga blocks, a set of multi-resistance bands and a foam roller.

The Hydro Power package will cost you £2,760.

Gym Membership

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge now have their own gym at Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A, but before that they were both members of Chelsea’s Harbor Club.

The luxurious fitness center has a huge gym, six studios, three pools, a spa, a tennis court, and even a restaurant and bar.

Naturally, it doesn’t come cheap to be a member, with membership fees alone costing £1,555.

A membership is then priced at £325 per month.

Tennis court

Apart from rowing, Kate is also known to be a keen tennis fan and even competed in a match with British US Open champion Emma Raducanu.

The 40-year-old previously took tennis lessons at the chic Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London.

The members-only club charges £960 a year, giving you access to two swimming pools, four studios, a gym and tennis courts.

On top of that, the Hurlingham Club is asking for £2,880 in membership fees.



Kate has already taken tennis lessons
Kate has already taken tennis lessons

Beauty Diet

Kate is never seen less than glamorous, and many royal fans have long hoped to learn the Duchess’ skincare secrets.

One product believed to help her glowing complexion is Beuti Skincare’s Beauty Sleep Elixir, which she reportedly even recommended to Meghan Markle.

The product aims to reduce redness, while restoring hydration and luminosity.

The serum sells for £47 for 30ml, with four bottles a year at £188.

Personal trainer

After the birth of her first child with William, Prince George, in 2013, Kate got in touch with personal trainer Louise Parker.

The Parker Practice, founded by Louise, offers a 1-to-1 program that includes a registered dietitian and personal trainer.

The practice is described as a “modern approach to integrated health, lifestyle change and wellness”.

Although it’s unclear how long Kate worked with Louise, a 12-week program starts at £2,800.

Beauty care

While Kate follows her at-home skincare regimen, she also visits skin expert Deborah Mitchell for regular treatments.

Deborah is the CEO of Heaven Skincare and runs a series of prestigious salons.

Kate is said to visit Deborah at her London clinic, where she frequently opts for a bee venom facial.

Each facial is priced at £68, so if it’s one of Kate’s monthly procedures, it will cost her £804 each year.



Kate Middleton Duchess of Cambridge
The Duchess of Cambridge has amazing skin and a youthful glow

Hair

The Duchess of Cambridge’s brunette locks are always styled to perfection, and she’s rarely seen with a hair out of place.

Her shiny hairstyle comes at a steep price, however, with Kate spending around £8,000 each year on her hair, according to Vogue Australia.

The Duchess’ hair regimen includes visits to Richard Ward’s lavish Sloane Square salon for additional keratin hair-drying and moisturizing treatments, as well as color treatments every six weeks to keep her looking her best.



Kate is thought to spend around £8,000 a year on her hair
Kate is thought to spend around £8,000 a year on her hair

Grocery shopping

Among the Cambridges, living a healthy lifestyle is also very important.

The Duke and Duchess and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, all follow a healthy diet full of vegetables.

During a chat with Mary Berry, Kate previously explained how the family grow their own vegetables, saying: “We have carrots, beans, beets – a big favourite, Louis loves beets. Charlotte obviously loves her charlotte potatoes.”

According to Vogue Australia, the family’s shopping bill is estimated at £35,000 a year.

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