Meghan Markle has embarked on her first solo project as a new member of the Royal Family as she supports the community cookbook which is raising money for the Grenfell families.
The new book is published by neighbouring initiative, the Hubb Community Kitchen's cooks, which is near the site of the tragic event. In this book, Meghan has written the foreword.
She has been making private trips to the kitchen site since January, to catch up with volunteers and personally lend a hand to helping.
The book is titled Together: Our Community Cookbook, Markle wrote:
I immediately felt connected to this community kitchen; it is a place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together.
The recipes in the book are family and favourite recipes of those families affected by the tragic events of the Grenfell fires.
In her public visit to the community kitchen, the new princess has been seen in all white serving the food, chatting with the volunteers and playing with the children at the table.
All the proceeds earned are going back to the Hubb Community Kitchen to provide the community with food.
Meghan Markle put the Hubb in contact with the right person for a publishing deal, and her Royal Foundation provided assistance with legal and administrative issues, reports the Daily Mail.
The book is available this week, and Markle has said,
We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.