Meghan Markle appeared to suffer from a wardrobe mishap during her visit to Bristol on Friday, prompting her assistant to rush to her aid.
She also kept her make up light, had her hair down and wore Pippa Small Herkimer Diamond Studs, which cost £495.
Kensington Palace also shared a video of Meghan in the One25 kitchen declaring, "I am in charge of banana messaging", while writing down messages such as "You are special", and "You are fearless", on the outside of the bananas.
India Leachman, 25, a nursery practitioner, said: "We've been describing them as the prince and princess, which is easier to explain to the kids, and they were like "Oh my gosh, they're coming, they're coming", then I gave them biscuits and they had like a giggle party to themselves".
"I was impressed to see her wearing heels as well on a snowy day".
Meghan wrote down messages such as "You are special", and "You are fearless", on the outside of the bananas. Because I would do the same.
"It sounds really cheesy, but little things like that when you are out - especially tonight, we can see the weather - just to get that little thing..." Meghan actually took her time out to write that on there.
Northwood, who also counts Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Alexa Chung and Kate Winslet as clients, also travelled to Australia as part of her glam squad for the royal tour in October.
Meghan carried her gloves and even apologised to one person saying that her hands were cold. "Us women can be forgotten". "She grew up to be the Duchess of Sussex and I grew up to star on the West End, so same life if you ask me".
As well as a double major in theatre and global relations from Northwestern University, in IL, the Duchess volunteered at a performing arts after school programme for children in underprivileged school districts in Los Angeles.
Meghan and Harry also heard about the new Peony project which focuses on women who have moved away from sex-work, but who still need help.