During a tour of the Kitchen at One 25 - a charity which helps women break free from violence, poverty and addiction on the streets - Meghan Markle chose to pick up a felt-tip pen and write: "You are strong", "You are brave", "You are loved", and "You are special" on the fruit.
Sam, a former sex worker and now volunteer at the foundation recons that "they might not eat it" as she figures the "banana [will] be at home until it is rotten".
Meghan and Harry are expecting their first child together.
During her visit, Markle asked for a Sharpie and began writing messages of affirmations on food, an ABC News royal contributor tweeted.
Meghan appeared to spontaneously decide to write the messages while in the charity's kitchen, asking staff if they had a marker pen she could use.
Earlier on Friday dozens braved snow and freezing temperature to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they toured the Bristol Old Vic theatre, which is undergoing a £26m restoration.
The Duchess of Sussex had only impressed people and generated much love to wherever she goes leaving a bit of her Markle Sparkle everywhere.
Both Meghan and Prince Harry stopped to meet well wisher and speak to small children as they visited the Old Vic, with Meghan taking off her green glove to shake hands with them.
She said: "What will be interesting is when the royal family start talking about things like IVF and Caesarean births".
Ms Markle said she had been inspired by an American woman who wrote empowering messages on schoolchildren's bananas.
Twitter has lit up with admiration for Meghan's simple but thoughtful gesture. The expert also said that Markle will seek the support of some of her friends who are in London because she doesn't want to be completely reliant on her husband.
Royal expert Annabel Murphy told Australia's "Today Show" that Markle's mom, Doria Ragland, will play a pivotal role in her grandchild's life especially during the first few weeks.
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