Meghan Markle puts notes on bananas sent to needy women in Britain

Meghan Markle puts notes on bananas sent to needy women in Britain

Some of the messages included, "You are special", "You are strong", "You are brave" and "You are loved".

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"I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch programme", she said.

She teased with a winking emoji when asked if it was true, adding: "I'm busy in Spring".

According to Kensington Palace, Meghan "learned of this idea from an act of kindness by a school cafeteria worker in the USA who wrote messages for children". "I was a service user, and One25 was there for me when I had no-one. They helped me keep my children".

One person said: "Ice and snow is not safe for anyone to be walking on especially Meghan who is seven months pregnant".

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"It sounds really cheesy but it is that feeling that somebody actually cares".

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The CEO of the charity, Anna Smith, was moved by Meghan's kind messages. "Because I would do the same", she said.

While many deemed Ms Markle's banana penmanship meaningful, other commentators weren't as convinced.

If we were to take a guess about who Meghan was channelling - we'd bet it was Stacey Truman, the school cafeteria manager at an elementary school in Virginia.

Twitter has lit up with admiration for Meghan's simple but thoughtful gesture.

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