Your wedding is one of the most special and important occasions of your life, which is why looking your best for the big day is such a huge deal. Last month, millions of people tuned in to watch Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot, with more than a few brides-to-be a little envious of Meghan's stunning figure. Here are some tips and advice on how to look as good as Meghan Markle at your own wedding.Regular workouts
Regular exercise plays a huge role in helping you stay fit and in shape. Whilst regular workouts should already be a part of your fitness regime, sometimes you need to go the extra mile to make sure you fit in that perfect wedding dress. Make sure you choose a wedding fitness plan
that will push your body to the limit. Meghan Markle herself trained regularly before her wedding, reportedly running six-mile circuits around Kensington Palace Green two or three times a week. She also apparently loves lower-body exercises using ten-pound kettlebells to help train her hips, glutes and thighs.Eat plenty of fruit and veg
Meghan Markle is a big advocate of healthy eating.In past interviews she has revealed that she lives on a predominantly plant-based diet, although she fully admits to allowing herself to indulge a little at weekends. It has been proven that eating plenty of fruits and veg is crucial to a healthy lifestyle. Not only are they rich in vitamins & minerals helping you feel healthy and energized. They are also great for your skin leaving you with a glowing complexion on your wedding day.Don't skip carbs
Meghan Markle has openly admitted her love for pasta and French fries in interviews. Whilst too many carbs can lead to weight gain, they are also an essential part of a healthy, balanced diet. Allowing yourself the occasional indulgence can help you avoid cravings and ensure you stick to your diet.Improve your posture with yoga
The daughter of a yoga teacher, Meghan Markle is well aware of its many benefits. She also credits pilates for helping her to keep fit and toned. Both Yoga and pilates are great for improving your posture. They also help you to build muscle tone, particularly in areas such as the lower back, abdominal muscles, hips and buttocks.