Meghan Markle's Charitable Work Gives Bonus Bidding to Vulnerable Female Sex Workers

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Meghan Markle at One25 (Image: GETTY)

The Duchess of Sussex recently visited One25, based in Bristol, which aims to improve the lives of sex workers. since found glory throughout the world. Meghan's visit helped raise awareness of their work and help women break free from sex work, homelessness and drug abuse, and allowed the first donation from abroad. Donations from donors in the United States, New Zealand and Jamaica, as well as generous donations of money from Switzerland and Canada, have been sent to hundreds of pounds sterling. The visit made the headlines after Meghan decided to write messages of support on the bananas while she was packing.

These messages, written in the felt, included "You are strong", "You are loved", "You are brave" and "You are special".

Since then, thousands of others have connected to the One25 website.

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Meghan Markle at One25 (Image: GETTY)

People also sent items such as umbrellas, socks and gloves to sex workers operating on the street.

The director of the association said: "The rise of interest in our work as a result Meghan's visit was amazing.

"We received our first overseas donations.

"There has been a lot of interest from the United States, but also from other countries. "

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Meghan Markle during a visit to a charity (Image: GETTY)

The Duchy of Sussex was accompanied by her husband, Prince Harry, during the visit.

Explaining her idea of ​​putting messages on bananas, she said, "I saw the project that this woman had started somewhere in the United States. ool lunch program.

"On each of the bananas, she wrote an affirmation that the children really felt as empowered.

"It was the most incredible idea - that little gesture. "

The food packages were then delivered by van, with blankets, condoms, hot water bottles and expert advice from the association, to the women on the street.

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