Finally, they visited Empire Fighting Chance, a charity which seeks to use boxing to turn the lives around of young people who are failing at school or at risk of drifting into unemployment or crime, where the couple were given their own personalized boxing gloves. But, Meghan almost suffered a bit of a mishap in the wet weather, when the hem of her coat came very close to soaking in a puddle behind her - but luckily her assistant private secretary Amy Pickerill was on-hand to save her!
Meghan visited City, University of London to meet with students, faculty and staff and learned how the Association of Commonwealth Universities wants to build a better world through higher education.
The bananas were a part of snack bags the charity hands out to the women they help.
Footage from Bristol showed the road Meghan and Harry walked down being gritted for safety before they arrived.
Once inside, Meghan and Harry met a 3-year-old child named Ballerina Ocean.
"Little things like that when you are out - especially tonight if there's women out there, we can see the weather - just to get that little thing..."
The duke said after being taught the local dialect for Bristolians: "You never know there might be even more Bristolians - or Brizzles - who hear about you and set up their own movements around the city". She then added the hashtag #TBT.
Kate, wearing an Alexander McQueen coat in a Black Watch tartan, said: 'I have been amazed by the breathtaking architecture and the sheer range of design on display'. I started going to the drop-in. I ended up in Bristol, addicted to drugs.
As well as a double major in theatre and worldwide relations from Northwestern University, in IL, the Duchess volunteered at a performing arts after school programme for children in underprivileged school districts in Los Angeles.