Meghan Markle Writes Personal Notes to Women in Need While Volunteering

Meghan Markle Writes Personal Notes to Women in Need While Volunteering

Meghan Markle Writes Personal Notes to Women in Need While Volunteering

"I have an idea", she can be heard asking in a video shared by reporter Omid Scobie.

The van is essential in reaching those who might not otherwise drop in One25's centre, providing them with basic needs and the tools to get help.

They were also shown around the theatre's Noises Off exhibition, which charts 250 years of sound technology in theatre, and enjoyed a performance form Bristol Old Vic's Young Company, who treated them to a rendition of a song from their production of Hercules.

Meghan Markle was looking stunning in a £1,500 Oscar de la Renta dress today, as she joined her husband Prince Harry in Bristol.

While helping volunteers put together care packages with food, Meghan took inspiration from a school cafeteria worker in the US who wrote motivational messages to children.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have visited charity One25, and organised care packages to be delivered to sex workers on the freezing streets of Bristol.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot in May, previous year and since then they have been enjoying their post-marital bliss by sweeping up into a whirlwind of royal duties, obligations and sky-high expectations.

During Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's visit to snowy Bristol on Friday, they met with several local kids who attend a workshop as part of Bristol Old Vic's outreach program.

"I can imagine being on the van, and 'Meghan wrote this thing, and what?' I think they might not eat it". Kensington Palace even posted a series of photos of the fruit, which included notes like, "You are strong", "You are loved", and "You are courageous". I didn't expect them to be like that. "I thought it was the most incredible idea, this small gesture".

"What she did with Grenfell was great and that, I think from a popularity point of view, was really strong, but again I still think she has a bit of work to do". "He'll make sure she's not doing too much as they enter the final weeks".

Overjoyed at the fine gesture, Harry smiled at his pregnant wife and told her, "We can spar, we can train".

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