The Hawaiian born surfer not only survived the attack, she also refused to let fear rule her life and was back out in the water three to four weeks later. The charity specializes in providing care and support to families of children with life-threatening conditions.
Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer tweeted: "While there is concern for Harry and Meghan's mental health, their attitude has disappointed the Queen and other members of the Royal Family, according to several sources".
She had just one royal protection officer with her and if reports are to be believed, the secret door worked like a charm. Hold your heads high boys, you did an outstanding job and we couldn't have asked more from you.
After Kate's five-day tour with husband Prince William to Pakistan, she has not undertaken a royal visit since then.
The Duchess was seen at the popular supermarket chain in Norfolk, close to their Anmer Hall home.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are one of the very few royals who candidly open up about their issues regarding the media coverage, scrutiny and backlash that they faced.
A royal insider shared that Kate has been doing her best to bring everyone together.
The paper followed her to an event with Luminary Bakery, an organization that helps disadvantaged women through training and employment opportunities. However, 71 percent of the younger demographic said they did feel sympathy for Meghan's struggles.
"Meghan Markle sent me this video, she texted me and said what do you think of this, how great is this girl?"
Dampier said: "Catherine has told Meghan that every royal - including herself - goes through a bad patch with the press but the important thing is to learn by mistakes, move on and get through it".