It has left royal fans and observers alike trying to guess her secrets. And now a health diet expert thinks that she may have the answer to the riddle. Lily Simpson from The Detox Kitchen told Mail Online that plant based foods and lean protein are key to maintaining healthy skin.
She explained: “A diet of plant-based foods and lean protein has a huge impact on the appearance of skin, as does keeping well hydrated and getting proper sleep.”
Yet diet alone is insufficient, says Rosalind Chapman, founder of cosmeceutical brand Transformulas.
She told Mail Online: “The tone and texture of her skin is beautiful which suggests she uses some sort of brightening serum.
“Although she has some fine lines, her complexion is peaches and cream and that is what is most important for mature skin.
“A lack of tone and texture is far more ageing than lines and wrinkles.”
Last year, Sophie gave royal fans a little glimpse inside her kitchen at her Bagshot Park home.
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The scones were then delivered to The Hope Hub Camberley, a charity supporting the homeless in Surrey.
The Countess lives together with her husband Prince Edward and two children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.