Published: Thu, September 20, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Meghan Markle Is Part of a New Cookbook Project

Meghan Markle Is Part of a New Cookbook Project

Of course, Meghan closed the blog when her relationship with Prince Harry became more serious, but she is still finding ways to channel her passions through charitable work as a member of the royal family.

This is the first time she has visited the United Kingdom since her daughter's wedding in May, and the first time the two have been seen together since the big day.

However, there are reports Meghan has made a secret trip to Los Angeles to see her mother since then and is considering moving to the United Kingdom to be close to her only daughter.

In the new book supported by Meghan, some of the recipes are family favourites and all have been created by the cooks who support not only residents affected by the Grenfell fire but others in the community.

According to Daily Mail correspondent Rebecca English, Ragland introduced herself to guests at the event as "Meg's mom".

The idea for the book came from the duchess after she was told, during her first private trip to the Hubb Community Kitchen in North Kensington, the facilities were only open two days a week because of a lack of funds.

The Duchess wore a black knitted body, £98, from Tuxe, a label she has previously worn on royal engagements.

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Meghan wrote the foreword to Together: Our Community Cookbook, which has already knocked JK Rowling off the number one spot on Amazon's bestseller list, even though the £9.99 book isn't available to buy until tomorrow. All proceeds from the book will benefit the kitchen.

There was a large range on the menu, including coconut chicken curry, aubergine masala and a range of chapatis and sharing dips.

The royal couple sat down with the women and their guests to enjoy the food.

Caramalised plum upside-down cake and spiced mint tea was also served.

Meghan joined the women to help make the delicious food, before her mother and husband Harry arrived to enjoy the reception.

Guests included members of the local community, staff from Ebury Press, which is publishing the book, members of the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, where the kitchen is based, and staff from the Royal Foundation.

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