Meghan Markle's inspirational banana messages branded 'offensive' by sex worker

Meghan Markle's inspirational banana messages branded 'offensive' by sex worker

"Meghan is focused on calm and positive energy around the birth - she's a big believer in that", a source told the magazine.

Controversial commentator Piers Morgan agreed, slamming the Duchess in an unforgiving opinion piece for the Daily Mail.

The duchess wrote on the bananas, "You are strong" and "You are loved", as well as "You are brave" and "You are special".

The messages written by Meghan on the fruit. It turns out she's also coaching dad-to-be Prince Harry, 34, on how to care for the Duchess of Sussex during the labor. "I'm sorry", Morgan said.

He asked his co-hosts, "If you'd been advising Meghan Markle before this, would you have said maybe not the bananas?"

"Do you have a sharpie?" she asked, according to video of the visit.

He said: "The Duchess of Sussex doesn't just wear the trousers in this marriage, she wears the suit, tie and marching boots of Harry's old army uniform too".

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Prince Harry planted a tree in Fiji previous year.

She had been inspired by a canteen manager in the United States, who wrote similar affirmations on bananas to make school children feel empowered.

Morgan had previously complained about the gesture on Twitter, writing: "This is one of the weirdest, most ridiculous things I have ever seen a member of the Royal Family do".

While some people admired Meghan's messages, the shock jock took issue with the "publicity stunt", declaring on the air: "Giving a sex worker a banana is clearly exposing her to potential mockery". "It's offensive, you know".

Meanwhile, Us Weekly also reports that the Duke and Duchess are "racing against time" to complete renovations on their new home at Frogmore Cottage before the baby arrives. The former actress is known to be a keen fan of yoga, mindfulness and other holistic practices, so it's unsurprising she's opted to work with a doula.

However, she did post on a doula-related message board online, that 'I'm busy in Spring'.

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