And, despite the fact that the Duchess of Sussex is straight glowing right now and appears to be enjoying her gestation, there are times when she just looks over it.
The TV show host also said that royal advisers should've stopped the former "Suits" actress before she wrote the messages.
"Giving prostitutes an "empowering" banana after they've spent the night subjecting their bodies to often vile, sexually depraved men, is quite another [thing]", he added.
TOBY MELVILLE via Getty Images Meghan and Prince Harry in the One25 kitchen with a volunteer.
The Sun approached Lauren, who declined to confirm or deny the speculation, but if it is true, it's a nice coincidence that Lauren even has a royal connection, since she's married to Oliver Mishcon - the grandson of solicitor Lord Mishcon, whose law firm handled the divorce of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. The mom-to-be has officially hired a birth partner, known as a doula, to help her give birth to the bundle of joy this spring, according to US Weekly.
"She went out of her way to make me feel more special than I ever thought I could deserve".
Sex workers do not like Meghan Markle. "It was the most incredible idea - this small gesture".
"And that "'You know, this seems to be moving quickly.
"I can imagine being on the van, and 'Meghan wrote this thing, and what?' I think they might not eat it".
According to a Kensington Palace spokesperson, Meghan "learned of this idea from an act of kindness by a school cafeteria worker in the USA who wrote messages for children".
While Samantha has not yet revealed the extent of what the two books - In the Shadows of the Duchess I and In the Shadows of the Duchess II - will cover, she hinted that at least one of them could touch on their childhood, claiming that "my sister was not raised as an only child that is a PR lie".