Meghan Markle Writes Impromptu Notes to Sex Workers on Bananas

Sherman Parsons
February 3, 2019

'I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch program. He added that Markle said she was inspired to write the messages after seeing a cafeteria manager at a school in Virginia in the U.S.

According to Kensington Palace, Meghan "learned of this idea from an act of kindness by a school cafeteria worker in the USA who wrote messages for children".

And a number of people even criticised Markle over this move, casting doubt on her good intentions. "Ballerina Ocean, I think you are going to be everyone's favorite person of the day".

During his visit, the Duke of Sussex asked everyone to leave the room so that he could talk to Iestyn Jones in private.

Meghan just said, 'Have you got a Sharpie?' And I thought she was going to sign a bag. "I was impressed to see her wearing heels as well on a snowy day".

Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry could barely contain themselves as a teenage boy dropped the F-bomb during a visit to a Bristol theatre yesterday.

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The former "Suits" actress wrote kind messages on bananas for some of the women One25 helps, penning notes like "You are special!"

A van will now drive around Bristol delivering the packed food as well as condoms, advice, blankets and hot water bottles. "It was the most incredible idea - this small gesture".

The 43-year-old, who called herself Sam rather than give her real name, said the couple's visit was "amazing". "They helped me keep my children, helped me keep a house". "One of the things that everyone knows that works is sport, and especially boxing".

Anna Smith, the charity's chief executive, told the couple: 'The plight of our women is often very much misunderstood and they are stigmatised and hidden from the world.

According to Us Weekly, the pair greeted the public in the show during a tour of Bristol.

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