Journalist Piers Morgan also found the act to be patronizing.
"Oh, actually do you have a Sharpie marker?" "I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch program". "I am obviously not at liberty to talk about who, or who might not, be my client", she explained to the publication.More news: General Motors expected to cut more jobs on Monday
While meeting volunteers and preparing the food packages, Meghan suggested writing positive messages on the bananas, such as 'You are fearless, ' 'You are strong, ' and 'You are loved'.
"Therefore, to sign them with the words "YOU ARE LOVED" and present them to women who sell loveless sex to men was guaranteed not to empower them but to subject them to widespread mockery - which is exactly what happened as social media erupted with memes and cruel jokes".
Morgan had previously complained about the gesture on Twitter, writing: "This is one of the weirdest, most ridiculous things I have ever seen a member of the Royal Family do".
Messages included inspirational phrases, such as, "you are strong", "you are fearless", and "you are special".More news: Gomez suffers fresh injury blow as Liverpool defender needs surgery
However, one of the sex workers due to be handed one of the bananas told The Sun the message was offensive.
"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.
But the former actress is going with whatever feels right for her, regardless of the rules.
The Duchess Of Sussex was called a "fat lady" in January at an animal charity called Mayhew. "She's acting great at the moment".More news: 'The Handmaid's Tale' season 3 trailer debuts during the Super Bowl