Unusual item in Meghan Markle’s homemade facemasks that gives her youthful glow

Like most mums-to-be, Meghan Markle has looked positively glowing as she carries her blossoming baby bump on recent royal outings.

But apparently the Duchess of Sussex also has something else to thank for her youthful glow.

The 37-year-old  has shunned pricey cosmetics in favour of homemade face masks made of porridge, it’s claimed.

According to reports, Meghan’s favourite consists of the breakfast oats, with coconut oil and honey.

She relies on A-list skincare guru Nichola Joss for all her treatements.

Nichola told the Daily Star: "At-home face masks are amazing and I fully endorse them.

“They’re easy, free and you have full control of the ingredients you’re putting on your skin – which is why most of my clients love them.”

The skincare expert said Meghan used "coconut oil “to create a soothing paste-like consistency” mixed with rolled oats and honey for exfoliation.

She said that the mum-to-be also adds turmeric to create a skin-boosting, brightening and hydrating mask.

Also included in the Duchess’ skincare routine is a £4 tea tree oil to help prevent spots.

Meghan previously told Allure: “It’s not the most glamorous thing but if you get a cut, a mosquito bite, a small breakout, no matter what it is, it’s my little cure-all.

“It’s inexpensive, it’s small enough to carry, and I bring it with me all the time.”

Daniel Martin, Meghan’s make-up artists who attended her wedding, said the secret behind her glowing skin is Eucerin’s Aquaphor, which costs under £10.

He added: “Before highlighters became a thing, you would do highlighting with Aquaphor. “It will give you that same texture.”

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