Duchess of Sussex visits Hubb Community Kitchen after cookbook success

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Prior to her visit, it was announced that the cookbook had sold approximately 40,000 copies in the United Kingdom and raised $270,000 in the seven weeks that it'd been on sale.

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Meghan Markle, the wife of Britain's Prince Harry, chopped vegetables and packed food into boxes yesterday as she returned to a London community kitchen project formed after the Grenfell Tower fire previous year in which more than 70 people died.

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The Duchess helped prepare a large dish of rainbow roasted vegetables, with other dishes includinh Egyptian lamb fattah, Persian chicken and barberry rice. The 37-year-old spent her time at the Hubb Community Kitchen seeing just how impactful the funds raised from the cookbook have been for the women.

Сюрприз від Меган Маркл герцогиня відвідала спільноту Hubb Community Kitchen- Lifestyle 24
Meghan Markle visited the Hubb community Community Kitchen Instagram @chrisjacksongetty

The money has already allowed for a total makeover of the kitchen as well as longer opening hours.

The Duchess of Sussex hosted her very first event at Kensington Palace in September, celebrating the release of her cookbook, Together: Our Community Cookbook.

The cookbook came about after a group of women - victims of the Grenfell Tower fire - gathered at the Al Manaar community centre and used the kitchen to prepare fresh meals for their friends, families and neighbours. With the funds from the book, the community kitchen, which helps survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire, has been completely renovated, and is now able to stay open seven days a week, per Kensington Palace's report.

They prepared over 200 meals for people in need today.


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