Sex worker blasts Meghan Markle's 'stupid' banana stunt

Sergio Cunningham
February 5, 2019

He also pretended to be Meghan, grabbing a banana and saying: "Hand me my sharpie, my moment has come to empower sex workers".

During Meghan's visit to the charity with Prince Harry last week, she asked her aids for a pen so she could write on the fruit.

The doula is rumoured to be Lauren Mishcon, who has reportedly already visited Meghan at her home in Oxfordshire and at Kensington Palace several times.

She continued: "I think what was meant as well-intended brotherly advice just riled Harry". "It's so cold right now, it's a struggle to raise money to get a bed for the night, so any food and bedding is a big help", said another sex worker, who wished to remain anonymous.

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". The Sun spoke with Lauren about the headline-making news that she's helping Meghan and Harry, but she wasn't allowed to give any confirmation or details.

The move was also mocked on social media, with the phallic shape of bananas not escaping people's notice.

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Kensington Palace's social media accounts are a vital source of information for fans of the royals and its Instagram page has over seven million followers, while its Twitter account has almost 1.6 million.

Staying in touch after she landed her role as Rachel Zane in legal drama Suits, the pair reunited at the Super Bowl in 2014 to compete in DIRECTV's Celebrity Beach Bowl.

This is not the first time Morgan has criticised Markle.

In December Williams opened up to People at the launch for her Serena clothing line launch in Miami, where she revealed that the Duchess is still the same despite being royalty now.

"That really touched me-and I'm not even a royalist", Smith says.

"Then bang, she met somebody more important, immediately ghosted", Morgan said in 2018. Doulas are also known as "birth companions", "birth coaches" or "post-birth supporters", providing practical and emotional guidance during labour and beyond - they are not medically trained, but help mums-to-be achieve a positive birth experience.

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