Meghan Markle's Banana Messages Are "Offensive", Says Sex Worker

Meghan made a visit to the One25 organisation which helps sex workers break free from prostitution

Meghan made a visit to the One25 organisation which helps sex workers break free from prostitution

This would be the first time in centuries that a doula has been employed during a royal birth.

Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry will welcome a royal baby this spring.

Furthermore, Lauren is now coaching Prince Harry on how to care for his wife during labor too, the news outlet states. "Are you sure?' And I think what was meant as well-intended brotherly advice, just riled Harry", she added.

Meghan and Harry were paying a visit to Bristol charity One25, which supports women involved in sex work, when she got involved with helping to prepare food packages and chose to write motivational messages on bananas with a pen.

Since Meghan became the Duchess of Sussex, she has made a bit of a habit breaking royal traditions, and it appears the delivery plan of her baby will be no different.

Meghan Markle Wrote Sweet Messages On Bananas For Street Sex Workers
The duke and duchess also privately met a former sex worker who was helped by One25 escape from a life on the streets. Sam told the royal couple about how she was groomed at the age of 14 into prostitution, and became addicted to drugs.

There was some speculation that Meghan could decide to give birth at the NHS-run Frimley Park Hospital in Camberley, Surrey - where the Countess of Wessex had her two children.

Meghan's team has allegedly been resorting to manually removing negative comments on social media, with reports the Palace has reached out to Instagram for help.

Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, are now expecting their first child together in late April. And, according to the excited chatter on the Doula UK members' website, it seems that Meghan may have enlisted the help of Lauren Mischon.

The doula is married to Oliver Mishcon, whose grandfather was a lawyer at the firm which handled Princess Diana and Prince Charles' divorce back in 1996.

"I have a very big mouth and speak my mind - as the world can see - at any cost, even if it makes me unpopular, but I tell the truth even if it makes me unpopular", she continued. "So I can't possibly.I wouldn't be able to talk to you about anything". The birth is expected to take place at Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital in London, which is the same place Meghan's sister-in-law Kate Middleton, 37, gave birth to her three children with Prince William, 36.

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