Both Meghan and Prince Harry stopped to meet well wisher and speak to small children as they visited the Old Vic, with Meghan taking off her green glove to shake hands with them.
"When you were being groomed at such a young age, and this is the only thing you know, you completely lose faith in society", he said, per Telegraph writer Hannah Furness.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were all smiles as they arrived in Bristol, despite the freezing weather conditions.
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They then heard about the work of One25, an organization that helps women break free from prostitution and addiction, meeting volunteers who run an outreach program for 150 women who work on Bristol's streets.
Last week, Meghan Markle was reportedly warned by police to stop shutting her own door amid fears over a terror attack.
TOBY MELVILLE via Getty Images Meghan wrote affirmations on bananas for snack bags that the charity distributes.
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She was mesmerised by the royal's long tresses, stroking them before picking up a strand of hair to feel its softness and making the Duchess, 37, giggle.
He added that the duchess also mentioned she would love to bring Prince George and Princess Charlotte to the museum. I ended up in Bristol, addicted to drugs. "Ballerina Ocean, I think you are going to be everyone's favorite person of the day".
Harry also spoke to the good work the charity was doing for sex workers who may have lost faith.
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