Prince Harry caught sneaking samosas as he supports Meghan Markle

Posted September 21, 2018

The palace announced earlier this week that Meghan secretly began meeting and cooking with the women at the Hubb Community Kitchen in January.

"On a personal level I feel so proud to live in a city with so much diversity".

The charitable book - Meghan's first solo charitable project as a Royal - will use its profits to help the kitchen stay open seven days a week, helping even more members of the community affected by June 2017's Grenfell fire.

During her speech today, the Duchess of Sussex described the charity cookbook as a "labour of love" that she has been working on for the past nine months.

"Sorry", Meghan's heard saying, as she and Harry laugh.

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The Duchess embraced her friends at the kitchen warmly with three kisses, visibly excited at the success of the book this week and the day of the launch. "This is a tale of friendship, and a story of togetherness", she writes.

In a clear sign of the enormous influence the Duchess already wields, the recipe book bumped Lethal White, written by Robert Galbraith - Harry Potter author Rowling's male pseudonym - Adam Kay's This is Going to Hurt, and Jamie Oliver's Italy down the charts to take the top spot on Amazon.

Cooking together as a community helped to heal wounds and look forward to the future.

"I said in the foreword that this is more than a cookbook, and what I mean by that is the power of food is more than just the meal itself".

She continued: "Everyone embraced this so deeply because it's been a passion project for all of us, and for very good reason". "To be able to celebrate what connects us rather than what divides us, I believe, is the ethos of Together".

She added: There's so many people to thank - I'm extremely grateful because this is my first project and I appreciate your support.

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