During a visit to Bristol on Friday, the Duke and Duchess stopped at One25, a charity specialising in helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.
The former journalist also said he "could not believe what he was watching" as he saw footage of Meghan writing positive messages of encouragement on bananas included in food parcels.
Thank the lord that this time, the drama doesn't include Meghan's dad, Thomas Markle.
Now that Meghan Markle is three or four months away from her due date, sources have not confirmed yet if she will be visiting the royal family's go-to maternity ward for delivery.
"Giving a sex worker a banana is clearly exposing her to potential mockery". Yes, Prince Harry and Prince William have a ton of drama between them, and well, it does involve Meghan Markle unfortunately.More news: Hulu Clip Reveals Mystery Instagram Egg Was Mental Health Advert All Along
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"If you had been advising Meghan Markle before this and she said, "I've got a great idea, I'm going to give a load of sex workers who are really struggling at the moment signed bananas", would you have said maybe not the bananas?"
In black ink, she wrote phrases such as "You are special", "You are strong", and "You are courageous", on bananas. "And I don't think things have been quite right ever since". It's not just about flowers and chocolates either; some of of our best-loved stores produce the sweetest presents for him and her, so there's no excuse to not treat the one you love.
'Her publicist Kelly put a small team together to create a pitch, and have been in touch with the Palace under an official capacity with a few ideas.
Writing for the Mail Online, Mr Morgan said: "There is no escaping the fact that bananas have always been the subject of ribald humour for their phallic shape".
"She is an actress", he said.