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".
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".
They included phrases such as "you are brave", "you are strong", and "you are loved", which Good Morning Britain host Piers called patronising, as well as mocking the Duchess for her choice of fruit.
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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, man and woman of the people, recently graced the Bristol Old Vic's outreach program with their presence where they witnessed what the local yoofs can do with their gadgets and what not.
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She had been inspired by a canteen manager in the USA, who wrote similar affirmations on bananas to make school children feel empowered.
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"She was just watching the food being packed up and suddenly decided she wanted to write these lovely messages on every banana they had there. It was the most incredible idea - this small gesture".
This is not the first time Morgan has criticised Markle.
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