Princess Beatrice is ‘trying to move to a plant-based diet’, say reports claiming the royal told staff at a vegan restaurant

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  28th December 2021

The royal reportedly told waiting staff at a central London restaurant that she is trying to ditch all animal products. The new story follows reports that she hosted a three-course vegan meal for her 31st birthday party in 2019

Princess Beatrice is planning to move towards a plant-based diet, claim reports.

The royal was said to be spotted dining at vegan eatery 123V restaurant on Bond Street in central London recently.

A source from the restaurant allegedly said Princess Beatrice particularly enjoyed the vegan sushi.

‘Trying to move to a plant-based diet’

The unnamed source was quoted as saying: “She was telling staff she wanted to eat the vegan sushi on offer because she is trying to move to a plant-based diet.

“The princess says the hardest thing to give up is sushi, so was pleased the vegan offering is almost as good as the real thing.”¬†

Three-course birthday meal

The latest update follows reports from 2019 that the princess was looking to move towards a plant-based diet.

Beatrice reportedly hired catering company The Admirable Crichton to provide a three-course vegan meal for her 31st birthday party.

She isn’t the only royal thought to be dabbling with moving towards being plant-based, with her cousin Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, previously saying she eats an animal-free diet during the week.

Do you fancy eating vegan sushi like Beatrice? Try our recipe for Easy Vegan Sushi to try your own version at home.

Written by

Maria Chiorando

Maria Chiorando

Maria is an editor and journalist. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post, the Guardian, TechnoBuffalo, Plant Based News, and Kent on Sunday among other national and regional titles.

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