They then heard about the work of One25, an organization that helps women break free from prostitution and addiction, meeting volunteers who run an outreach program for 150 women who work on Bristol's streets. "I think this will be the first generation that start talking about it".
Ever since she burst onto the scene, Meghan Markle has been reinventing royal hairdos, opting for effortless hairstyles such as loosely tied buns and face-framing up dos, instead of the classic blowouts we've come to expect from our favourite royals.
During her visit, Markle asked for a Sharpie and began writing messages of affirmations on food, an ABC News royal contributor tweeted.
Meghan wrote inspirational mesages like "You are special" on bananas while at One 25.
While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex organised care packages to be delivered to women living on the streets in Bristol through the organisation One25 on Friday, she had a lovely idea.
"It sounds really cheesy but it is that feeling that somebody actually cares", she said. "He'll make sure she's not doing too much as they enter the final weeks".
Harry and Meghan will be taken on a guided tour of the revamped theatre which has been open for more than 250 years.
A source previously told the outlet that Markle is "full of energy and is in good spirits" as she enters the latter half of her pregnancy.
The actress, who will make her West End debut in Waitress starting February 8, paid tribute to this British milestone in her career with a social media throwback that will have you reaching for your tea and crumpets.
"It was this most incredible idea, this really small gesture", she said, declaring: "I'm in charge of the banana messaging!" as she made her way through the food parcels.