Meghan Markle's mom joins royals at UK fundraiser for Grenfell Tower victims

Meghan Markle Is Part of a New Cookbook Project

Meghan Markle To Release Cookbook In Support Of Fire Victims

The dishes include coconut chicken curry, aubergine masala, caramelized plum upside-down cake and spiced mint tea.

The Prince was accompanying his wife Meghan in the grounds of Kensington Palace this afternoon where she was launching a recipe book in support of victims of the Grenfell tragedy.

The Duchess of Sussex was joined by her mother at a Kensington Palace reception to launch a Grenfell cookbook.

A strong gust of wind blew the Duchess's long locks straight up in the air and, without thinking, Harry immediately came to his spouse's rescue, running his hands over her head to pat her down dishevelled 'do.

British media said it was unheard of for family members to be involved in official royal engagements, saying Ragland, who had not been seen in public with her daughter since the wedding, had told guests on her arrival: "Hi, I'm Meg's mom".

The book, Together: Our Community Cookbook, contains 50 recipes from a group of women who began cooking together after they were affected by the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire.

"On a personal level, I feel so proud to live in this city that can have so much diversity", she continued.

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A spokesman for the Hubb Community Kitchen wrote in the forward: "Our kitchen has always been a place of good food, love, support and friendship".

The pair were out and about with Meghan's mom Doria Ragland to promote the release of the Duchess's new cookbook.

Meghan Markle's mom came flying to her daughter's side for the Duchess of Sussex's first solo project this week, and the timing of her visit couldn't be more flawless.

Following the catastrophic Grenfell Tower fire past year, a group of women gathered in a communal kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in West London, where they could prepare fresh food for their families, friends and neighbours.

The palace said the group of women behind the project had chose to gather and prepare fresh food for their families and neighbours, as a way of helping the community to connect, heal and look forward - and to "convene through food".

Meghan continued: "Through this charitable endeavour, the proceeds will allow the kitchen to thrive and keep the global spirit of community alive".

And Munira Mahmud, 34, also managed to escape the burning building, leading the rest of her family - including her husband, his father and their two children to safety.

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