"Oh actually do you have a Sharpie marker? I have an idea," Meghan reportedly said.
"I saw this project this woman had started somewhere in the States on a school lunch program. On each of the bananas she wrote an affirmation, to make the kids feel really, like, empowered. It was the most incredible idea – this small gesture."
So that's exactly what the duchess did - wrote positive affirmations in a black sharpie on each banana.
Each banana read a heartwarming message of support like, "You are loved" and "You are brave" to "You are strong" all with a little love heart from the duchess herself.
A volunteer who asked not to be named told The Sun that she met the couple during their visit, and opened up about her struggles.
"For them to decide to come here is heartwarming and makes you think these women are not forgotten," she told the publication.
"One25 were there for me when I had no-one. They helped me keep my children."
Adding, "It sounds really cheesy but it is that feeling that somebody actually cares."
Meghan is due to give birth within the next two months and has been busy doing as much work as possible in the lead up.