Meghan Markle Writes Sweet Messages On Bananas For Bristol Sex Workers

Truman wakes up early every morning to write messages of hope on dozens of so-called "talking bananas" for the children at her school.

During the trip to Bristol, Harry and Meghan also visited One25, a charity which supports sex workers trying to break free of prostitution.

The food will be delivered directly to women by One 25's "Yellow Van", which supports around 150 women living on Bristol's streets.

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The couple's reaction to the boy's swearing is another indication of the more relaxed approach to interacting with the public that Meghan and Harry are keen to foster.

A video posted to Kensington Palace's Twitter showed the Duchess writing the messages with a Sharpie, saying "I'm in charge of the banana messaging!"

The 37-year-old went on to write a variety of positive affirmations on the fruits: "You are strong", "You are loved", "You are brave" and "You are special".

At one point, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met a teen who seemingly forgot about the royal protocol as he calmly dropped the f-bomb in front of Meghan and Harry.

Harry and Meghan's final visit of the day was to Empire Fighting Chance, a charity that aims to fight the impact of deprivation on young people's lives through boxing. "It is heartwarming, and makes you think that these women are not forgotten and not cared about".

"They helped me move on, and now I am trying to do the same for other women". The royal couple who are expecting their first child now, has kicked off 2019 by supporting causes close to their hearts.

Anna Smith, CEO of One25, commented after that the gesture really "touched" her. As they went about the work, she spontaneously made a decision to leave an uplifting, handwritten note in each package.

She told them how the charity had helped her in the past.

  • Stacy Allen