Meghan Markle sure is finding her stride in her role as the Duchess of Sussex.
The Duchess than shared a story about how a dinner lady in a USA school would write messages on fruit for her pupils each day, to which she then chose to try out the generous method at One25, infamously writing messages of support on bananas.
He said: "The Duchess of Sussex doesn't just wear the trousers in this marriage, she wears the suit, tie and marching boots of Harry's old army uniform too".
Morgan took it one step further and mocked Markle, putting on a high-pitched voice and exclaiming: "Hand me my Sharpie, my moment has come".
"If you'd been advising Meghan Markle before this, would you have said maybe not the bananas?"
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The project provides women with practical and emotional support, including expert advice and crisis care to hot showers and lunch.
The performance is in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust (for which Prince Harry is president) and the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy, an organization that supports forest conservation initiatives throughout the 53 nations of the Commonwealth.
"On each of the bananas she wrote an affirmation, to make the kids feel really, like, empowered".
Meanwhile, Us Weekly also reports that the Duke and Duchess are "racing against time" to complete renovations on their new home at Frogmore Cottage before the baby arrives. "It's offensive, you know", continued Nikki.
"And everything I've seen since, I'm afraid it slightly does smack of an actress, a Hollywood actress, seizing her chance and acting her way to the top".