Duchess of Sussex makes her mark . . . on bananas

Duchess of Sussex makes her mark . . . on bananas

Duchess of Sussex makes her mark . . . on bananas

"I have an idea", she can be heard asking in a video shared by reporter Omid Scobie.

The 37-year-old paired the sleek bun with a black Givenchy caplet coat, black pleated skirt, nude pumps from Stuart Weitzman and a pair of small studded earrings from Canadian jeweller, Dean Davidson.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are preparing for the arrival of their first royal baby together.

"I saw this project that someone had started somewhere in the States, this school lunch program, where on each of the bananas she wrote an affirmation or something to make the kids feel really empowered", she told charity workers.

So the Duchess went straight to work writing messages of hope on each of the bananas.

Messages written on fruit by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex when she was helping to prepare food parcels to go in the charity outreach van, are pictured at One25 in Bristol, Britain, Feb. 1, 2019.

In his recent visit to Bristol's Empire Fighting Chance charity, Prince Harry consoled a boy, who had just lost his parents.


Meghan, Duchess of Sussex shares empowering messages to vulnerable women while making care packages with One25 in Bristol, UK.

Other fans pointed out that Meghan used to live in Toronto in Canada, where snow tends to be much heavier.

After the visit, Sam said: "For them to decide to come here is heartwarming and makes you think these women are not forgotten".

The Duke and Duchess made their royal visit to Bristol on Friday amidst a short snow flurry.

While volunteering in the organization's kitchen to prepare meals for the women, Meghan wrote encouraging messages on the bananas. "They helped me keep my children, helped me keep a house".

They enjoyed an exhibition of the history of sound in the theatre and watched on as young people demonstrated how the industry has progressed.

Kensington Palace described her actions as a "simple gesture and a way to incorporate positivity and kindness for those needing a self esteem boost." .

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