Meghan Markle’s banana bread gift

ICONINSIDER — Meghan Markle baked her own banana bread to take to a family in Australia.
The Duchess of Sussex – who is expecting a baby with her husband Prince Harry – brought the sweet treat with her as she met the Woodley family at Mountain View farm in Dubbo, Australia on Tuesday (16.10.18).
Emily Carroll, who the Duchess met alongside her 13-month-old daughter Ruby, said: “She said if you go to someone’s house you always bring something, so she did. She said she was worried about the bananas, that she’d put too many bananas in it. But the Duke said there’s never too many bananas.”
Meghan had baked the banana bread – which was quickly gobbled up by the guests – in the kitchens at Admiralty House, where she had stayed in Sydney the night before. The couple also brought with them a box of Fortnum & Mason tea, opting for the Royal Blend to match their status.
Meanwhile, during their walk about in Sydney, Meghan met her mini me and Prince Harry was only happy to snap a group photo of the mother-to-be and the little girl Sethunya Gibbons – who was wearing a shirt which read “girls can do anything”.
Someone in the crowd told Meghan they thought the girl looked like her, and she replied: “I was literally about to say the same thing. You remind me so much of myself when I was younger. And I love your shirt.”
And Sethunya spoke of the family’s excitement at meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
She told 2dayfm: “When Harry came over to me, he came over first, he said ‘girls can do anything’ because that’s what it says on my shirt. Then he asked me if I wanted to meet his wife so I said ‘yes’ and then he asked me if I wanted him to take a photo of me and Meghan.”

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