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The moment Meghan Markle interrupted an interview to meet a fan

The moment Meghan Markle interrupted an interview to meet a fan

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex weren't fazed by one candid youngster when they visited Bristol, England, last week.

Dismissing the Duke of Sussex as a spineless spouse, Mr Morgan 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".

The former journalist also said he "could not believe what he was watching" as he saw footage of Meghan writing positive messages of encouragement on bananas included in food parcels.

Emily Sorrells met Meghan Markle in 2016, after being a fan of hers for years. "I'm sorry", he said to the roundtable, with some members agreeing with him. Or, wait - is it Prince William and Prince Harry who are feuding?

TOBY MELVILLE via Getty Images Meghan wrote affirmations on bananas for snack bags that the charity distributes.

The Sun approached Lauren, who declined to confirm or deny the speculation, but if it is true, it's a nice coincidence that Lauren even has a royal connection, since she's married to Oliver Mishcon - the grandson of solicitor Lord Mishcon, whose law firm handled the divorce of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. "I have an idea", Meghan said at the time.

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"She went out of her way to make me feel more special than I ever thought I could deserve". I think that banana would be at home until it is rotten.

"It sounds really cheesy, but little things like that when you are out - especially tonight with the weather - just to get that little thing [means the world]", she said.

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".

Others on social media disagreed with Morgan and critics of Markle, saying the duchess is setting an example by continuing to do charity work.

There's no denying the Duchess of Sussex is great with people - a fantastic skill to have when you're thrusted into the spotlight as royal.

"Everything I hear is that Harry is completely beguiled by Meghan, and completely enthralled to her and has changed considerably", Lady Campbell shared.