Meghan Markle Gets a Visit from Mom for Cookbook Event

Meghan Markle Is Part of a New Cookbook Project

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However the 37-year-old gave her mother Doria Ragland a taste of her new life on Thursday as the 62-year-old social worker joined her daughter and son-in-law for the launch of new charity cookbook "Together: Our Community Cookbook".

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"Together: Out Community Cookbook" showcases over 50 recipes from women whose community was affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

The duchess was wearing a striking petrol blue long coat by one of her favourite Canadian brands, Smythe - which sold out within minutes - with a pleated midi skirt by her friend Misha Nonoo, a high neck bodysuit by Tuxe and black suede Sarah Flint heels.

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"I felt, on a personal level, so proud to live in a city that can have so much diversity".

"I had just recently moved to London and I felt so immediately embraced by the women of the kitchen".

"It's so impactful, we can see just in a few days along, and the book's not even out yet", she said with a giggle, "what you've been able to do!"

Ms Ragland embraced each of the women with a warm hug, telling them: 'It's fantastic.

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The trio, who at one point stood with their arms around one another in a line, made their way around four food stations, with the Duchess getting stuck in to help cook while her mother and husband watched on proudly.

Meghan joined the women as they cooked the dishes and helped with preparing the feast, making chapatis and turning koftas on the grill, before they all sat down with Prince Harry, Ms Ragland and their guests. I'm just as excited as you are.

Funds gotten from the sale of the cookbook will help support the community kitchen.

The proceeds of the cookbook will go towards supporting the kitchen - which is only open two days a week due to a lack funding - and will keep it open seven days a week.

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The duchess first found inspiration for the cookbook during a visit to the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre in west London, which she first visited (under the radar and out of the glare of the paparazzi's lens) last January.

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