The reason Meghan stands behind Kate on royal engagements

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Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry will welcome a royal baby this spring.

Meghan Markle's baby was spotted kicking during their visit to Bristol.

While meeting volunteers and preparing the food packages, Meghan suggested writing positive messages on the bananas, such as 'You are fearless, ' 'You are strong, ' and 'You are loved'.

The Duchess of Sussex became a victim of her own family, with her father Thomas Markle, half-sister Samantha Markle and other family members giving paid interviews about their childhood and alleged mistreatment of her father.

It seems even before officially becoming a part of the British royal family, Meghan Markle impacted many of her fans and those around her.

"Oh, actually do you have a Sharpie marker?"

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But fans of Meghan jumped to her defence, saying that she was showing empathy and compassion, and claiming that Morgan always attacks her. "(I have) never been afraid of the truth because if the truth makes me lose friends then they weren't friends that I wanted to have anyway".

The project provides women with practical and emotional support, including expert advice and crisis care to hot showers and lunch. One unidentified sex worker, reported to be among those set to receive one of the signed bananas, is said to have told The Sun: "People out here struggle to eat and sleep and she gifts us some words on a piece of fruit?"

Dismissing the gesture as the "least useful" action the royals could take, Piers also joked the most recipients could hope for after feeling a moment of empowerment would be to scoff them and flog the skins on eBay.

The Duchess of Sussex watched the proceedings from the balcony of a separate window outside the Cenotaph war memorial.

A source close to the couple told Vanity Fair: "Meg wants a natural birth if she can have one".

Express reports that on Meg's birthday in 2016, she wrote, "My team and I thought it may be fun to turn the tables on me and have yours truly answer the very Tig Talk I crafted when I first started this site".